Suffer The Children… Then Take Them Home

Port of Spain police celebrated “very few” reports of lost children in the capital during 2012 Carnival celebrations after taking the radical step of asking parents to properly watch their children at public events.

Police sources raved about the Police Commissioner’s successful 21st Century Policing Initiative; naysayers credited common sense.

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