According to the acting Commissioner, the new strategic plan provided a new mission and vision for the service.
The plan would be implemented this year and a pilot project already had a 41 per cent success rate.
Williams announced the plan while making a presentation at a three-day symposium, called Prayers Plus, aimed at finding solutions for crime, at the Hilton Trinidad, St Ann’s, yesterday.
In his comments he claimed that serious crime was trending downwards despite the high level of murder.
He outlined the four strategic goals of the police: To reduce and detect crime, to increase safety on roads and in public spaces, to establish citizen-centered service and to strengthen the organisation.
He said the service’s top priorities moving forward would be murders and violent crime, gun recovery, police conduct and customer service.