COP SQUEALS ON COPS
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2014
COP SQUEALS ON COPS
A female police officer who is facing over 100 charges of fraud and who is due to appear before a Port-of-Spain magistrate today spent four days in police custody giving key information to Fraud Squad officers
AG SHOWS SIGNED LETTER
'I reject any allegation of collusion or wrongdoing'
Williams: Cops to probe PCA
Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has made it clear that police investigators will only be probing the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) for "leaks"involving the sensitive reports into the unauthorised New Flying Squad Investigative Unit (NFSIU).
Ramesh: Top cop is not AG's robot
Gangs shifting to legitimate business
Two main criminal gangs are responsible for the rash of killings, extortion and robberies across the country, says head of the Criminal Gang and Intelligence Unit Supt Kenrick Edwards.
Police under fire
Three civilians shot in unprovoked attack…
Roads closed for Robinson's funeral in PoS
TRAFFIC restrictions have been put in place in Port-of-Spain for the State funeral of former president Arthur NR Robinson.
Govt hastens LPG regulation
The Government is moving swiftly to regulate the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) industry to ensure better use and storage of the commodity
Asylum family apologises, clears the air
'We can't control vagaries of promoters'
Tessanne has fun at Tobago Jazz
Jamaican songbird Tessanne Amanda Chin had fun on stage at Tobago Jazz Experience (TJE) during a show entitled: "Youthopia”
MP, constituents march against injustice
Member of Parliament for La Brea Fitzgerald Jeffrey has called on authorities to pay greater attention to the people of his constituency.
'Do not punish children in anger'
DO not punish children such that it becomes difficult for them to enjoy the thrills of growing up but also do not feel sorry for them when they commit wrongs
'Is Facebook doing more harm than good?'
THE video gone viral of a mother beating her 12-year-old daughter, which was posted on Facebook, has now raised the question
Back outside PM's office
Kublalsingh to set up camp again…
The last of the railwaymen
...On duty as final train rolled
TT moves to beatify late Archbishop Pantin
Archbishop of Port-of-Spain Joseph Harris was among the millions who woke up before dawn yesterday to watch the historic canonisation of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII
'Homicides a serious problem for T&T'
Bocas Lit Fest Debate:
Griffith: Servicemen go unnoticed
For too long, the men and women who serve as national security officers have gone unnoticed
Boy, eight, shot in gang shooting
An eight-year-old boy has been shot by gunmen who opened fire on a group in East Port-of-Spain on Saturday.
Woman throws herself from moving taxi
A Sangre Grande woman is warded at the EWMSC in Mt Hope after she threw herself out of a moving vehicle yesterday.
CD vendor burnt beyond recognition
A 39-YEAR-OLD man lost his life and all his possessions in a fire yesterday.
Boy, 14, found hanging in bathroom
At about 11.30 p.m. Saturday, Northern Division police responded to a report of the death of a 14-year-old boy.
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