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Traffic Delays This Morning, All Part of Total Day of Policing, Says Seales

by | Mar 23, 2015 | 3 comments

Vice President of the Police Social and Welfare Association, Michael Seales.

Vice President of the Police Social and Welfare Association, Michael Seales.

Vice President of the Police Social and Welfare Association, Michael Seales says ongoing police exercises across the country this morning, are quite normal.

Speaking with News Power Now this morning, Ms. Seales said while he could not disclose crime strategies being executed by the police, this morning’s traffic delays are being caused by what he termed “a total day of policing.”

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On the issue of ongoing wage negotiations, Mr. Seales said the Police Social and Welfare Association will meet with the Chief Personnel Officer once again tomorrow. He however highlighted that his membership is disheartened at this time, pointing to recent statements made in the political arena.

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Vice President of the Police Social and Welfare Association, Michael Seales.

Reporter & Writer- Aba A. Luke

3 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Do they think that the population of Trinidad and Tobago are fools?

  2. MJ

    Positive suggestion for the TTPS: maybe you all should choose to do “a day of total policing” enforcing laws that actually make lives better for the citizens you all swore to protect. Instead of stopping cars to check oil levels and tire pressure, maybe you should start pulling over or charging drivers for “running red lights”, “general asshole driving”, “driving slow in the fast lane”, “inappropriate use of handicap parking spots”, etc. etc. etc. Maybe you should actually do your jobs properly and shock people with your competence, and then the public will be fully behind you.

    That way, you are obviously making a stand that people will notice to get your point across AND the public will actually be in support of what you’re doing, rather than wanting to spit on every last one of all yuh. The stupidity is mind boggling and I just hope no one died because of it.

  3. Anonymous

    Positive suggestion for the TTPS: maybe you all should choose to do “a day of total policing” enforcing laws that actually make lives better for the citizens you all swore to protect. Instead of stopping cars to check oil levels and tire pressure, maybe you should start pulling over or charging drivers for “running red lights”, “general asshole driving”, “driving slow in the fast lane”, “inappropriate use of handicap parking spots”, etc. etc. etc. Maybe you should actually do your jobs properly and shock people with your competence, and then the public will be fully behind you.

    That way, you are obviously making a stand that people will notice to get your point across AND the public will actually be in support of what you’re doing, rather than wanting to spit on every last one of all yuh. The stupidity is mind boggling and I just hope no one died because of it.