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State Of Emergency in Trinidad Trinidad & Tobago State of Emergency And Curfew - How will this affect law abiding citizens? Who will be able to move around, what are the specific areas that have been affected? Will this solve the violent upsurge in crime throughout Trinidad and Tobago or will we start to see more of these being required? What are your views?
Post Date: 2nd Aug, 2015 - 4:32pm / Post ID: #

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Every time something small happen they quick to say state of emergency. Like the population don't know what calling a state of emergency really means. I feel hot spot areas should have more permanent posts for the police.

Post Date: 4th Aug, 2015 - 1:23pm / Post ID: #

Name: George

Title: State of Emercency

Comments: Calling a State of emergency just won't work on this island because there is too much corruption. It is a chance for bent lawyers to rub their palms getting prepared to enhance their bank balances. This is a small country and the police hierarchy are well aware of who is who when it come to criminality .With the aid of the military the police should be able to take the appropriate action before any serious event occur that made lead to unrest. Having said that ,the presence of having an armed police force since independence has proven a waste of time. When police men just carried a baton we had little crime on this island. Some bright spark in the PNM movement for reason unknown decided to arm the police at a time when the murder rate was one or two a year with very little serious crime 'Beggars Belief'.
Post Date: 31st Dec, 2016 - 7:13pm / Post ID: #

Name: George

Title: Time to call a SOE

Comments: With six murders reported at approximately 11.15am today as having taken place last night, and there are probably more not discovered or reported as yet, making the annual rate of murders over the 460 mark, why hasn't the government intervened and called a State of emergency right now in order to get our policemen and soldiers on the streets to protect the public?. What on earth are they waiting for?.More killings?. Let us hope that quick action is taken and an emergency session of parliament is also called with the view of reinstating the death penalty immediately. Sooner than later citizens will be left with no choice other than rising up against the government by taking things into their own hands to protect themselves, their families and property.The politicians should realize that they cannot then, rely on the police or the military to protect them from the actions and will of the people.
Post Date: 5th Jan, 2017 - 1:57pm / Post ID: #

Name: Londonboy

Title: Helicopters

Comments: Trinidad needs more helicopters with infrared heat detectors to be deployed immediately after a reported major crime. What happened to the air balloon [thing]? Just record and film the hot spots 24/7. Constant monitoring will deter [those] boys.
Post Date: 7th Jan, 2017 - 12:33pm / Post ID: #

Name: Patrice

Comments: Londonboy helicopters? Air balloons? We spent so much money already and none of those things worked because the police is unable to solve any murder or crime. How is it that even possible?!
Post Date: 4th Feb, 2017 - 2:14pm / Post ID: #

Name: George

Comments: There are really no more places here on this island that can be categorised as a hot spot. We must face the facts and reality the whole island should now be considered as a giant criminal hot -spot, in other words, a haven for criminals where crime pays and where murders and acute lawlessness are now widespread through this island which is now out of the control of our law enforcement officers.The local murderers and hardened criminals are now in charge.They rule the roost.
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