crimeImproving the intelligence gathering and collaboration among the various security agencies are cited as one of the areas being addressed in the fight against crime.

National Security Minister, Retired Major General, Edmund Dillion, said in the past the different security agencies functioned but not in an integrated way.

Speaking on Power 102.1fm Wednesday afternoon with host Tony Fraser the former senior military official admitted that there is need for operation and intervention outside of the ordinary to suppress the work of criminal elements.

National Security Minister, Retired Major General, Edmund Dillion