GIVE US TASERS
Posted: Monday, June 12, 2017
GIVE US TASERS
POLICE officers are calling on the Commissioner of Police to provide them with non-lethal means to subdue unarmed suspects, and called for better training in handling mentally ill patients.
Law Association prez mum on Marcia
Investigate CJ for impeachment
Lawyers react to Ayers-Caesar's claims
Sat to fight new Marriage Act
Secretary General of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha Sat Maharaj is continuing his fight against The Miscellaneous Provisions (Marriage) Bill, 2016 which increases the legal age for marriage in T&T to 18.
Sat eyes lawsuit: Govt in our bedrooms
UNC: No flip flopping on marriage bill
There was no flip flopping on the issue of child marriage by the Opposition in the Senate and the House of Representatives as the Opposition was always against child marriage says UNC Chairman David Lee.
Rowley to review his MPs
Rowley discusses OAS and security with US
US Embassy heads south
The US Embassy opened its historic one-day relocation to the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA) San Fernando, last week.
Gov't in Sport Tourism push
GOVERNMENT is considering using the Brian Lara Academy, through the administration of the University of Trinidad and Tobago, to develop a sports management programme which would form the backbone of a sport tourism policy.
Camille gets tough on errant developers
PLANNING and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis is warning that her ministry, through the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD), will be clamping down on unplanned and unauthorised developments.
President blames PM, Opposition Leader for delay
...in the resignation of Police Complaints Authority (PCA) Deputy Director Andrew Stroude.
TTDF engages in Tradewinds Operation
Coast Guard and Air Guard are preparing for the second leg of this year's Tradewinds Exercise, to be held at several military camps and installations on the Chaguaramas peninsula next week.
CWU: TDC closure on hold until month end
Duke: Bomb scare deliberate
TOBAGO House of Assembly Minority Leader Watson Duke has labeled Friday's alleged bomb scare aboard the T&T Express as deliberate.
Ramadhar, Dyer-Griffith considering COP election
As the Congress of the People party readies itself for an internal election next month, at least two former party heavyweights are strongly considering calls from current and former party supporters for their return
Medical Centre to respond this week
RAMPERSAD'S Medical Centre and Private Hospital in Freeport to respond to report that Dr Conrad Murray- convicted of involuntary manslaughter for the death of Michael Jackson - was attending to patients at their facility
MSJ demands accountability
80-year-old Christopher Phillip who died on the hospital's lawn; Movement for Social Justice political leader David Abdulah called for an end to the culture where nobody is held accountable for errors such as these.
He died like a dog
Neighbours of man found dead outside hospital
Homeless man found dead in abandoned building
Do more for the blind
Reema Carmona, wife of President Anthony Carmona, says a better and more informed public on the daily challenges of the visually impaired will go a long way in triggering a more compassionate, understanding and friendly society.
Homeless anxiously await soup kitchen
News has spread rapidly among homeless people in San Fernando that a much anticipated soup kitchen promised by former mayor Kazim Hosein will open soon.
They came to her to live, and die
...The Healing School of Basse Terre
Three more dead in separate shootings
THREE murders which occurred over the weekend is now engaging the interest of homicide detectives.
New father among three murdered
A day after the birth of his son, a 33-year-old man who moved to Barataria after being chased from his Laventille home, was shot and killed.
Suspect shot in struggle with cops
A drug trafficking suspect who attempted to grab a policeman's gun was shot in his hand and foot.
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