Cops to get more firepower
Posted: Sunday, January 12, 2014
Cops to get more firepower
...Griffith: It's an urgent necessity
Griffith: 'Shot-spotter' equipment here
GUNFIRE locator equipment has been acquired and is in the country and the State is drawing up plans in relation to its possible use
FISHERMEN CHASE AWAY SEISMIC VESSEL
FOR the second time in seven months fishermen yesterday mounted a protest on the high seas where drama unfolded on the waters of the Gulf of Paria
Fishermen try to stop seismic surveys
Boxing board chairman suspended over fraud allegation
Ramoutar's letter to Sport Minister
Minister: Nearly $3m paid to those affected
State oil company Petrotrin has to date paid out close to $3 million in compensation to those affected by the oil spills in the southwestern peninsula
Aboud: Oil spill spreads to Venezuela
Local tilapia farmers to benefit from spill
$.6m buyout offer for suspended CEO
Suspended National Quarries chief executive officer (CEO) Sandra Fernandez could be looking at a $0.6 million settlement, providing the board accedes to the request of a Government minister.
Where 'human rats' ate cocaine
IF there is a single location that could be identified to tell the story of how badly the Police Service of Trinidad and Tobago can do its job, it must be the Princes Town Police Station
'Nothing wrong with that'
Ministers attending Galbaransingh wedding:
100 refugees seek TT asylum
This was revealed by the Living Water Community, the organisation which is assisting the refugees in settling away from their respective homes to a new life in the Caribbean
'We have to comply with US laws'
Dookeran: "We are trying to correct something which in the past had been wrong. And it is the integrity of the State at stake,"
Griffith denies Rowley's claims about next top cop
Rowley said the Director of Intelligence and Assistant Commissioner of Police Surajdeen Persad was tipped for the post, which is currently held by CoP Stephen Williams.
Bail Amendment Bill 2013 passed
Hindu Prachaar Kendra to hold activities with children in mind
Pundit: Don't be the judge
People should not be judgmental of Sanjeev Rambarran who killed his ex-wife Dian Paladee before committing suicide because everyone has a problem of some sort.
Automatic jail for repeat child offenders
Murders climb to 24
The death of a 43-year-old man on Friday night has pushed the number of homicides over the past 11 days to 24.
Cops kill cutlass wielding man
A 51-year-old man was killed yesterday morning after allegedly attacking a group of police officers with two cutlasses.
Judge warns man: Ganja illegal in T&T
A MAN found with marijuana was on Friday warned that although Colorado in the United States had legalised the use of the drug, it was still illegal in this country.
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