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Dear Editor: Has T&T reverted from Police Service to Police Force? And at what price our liberty?

“When police are militarised, they are more likely to be attacked (Carriere, 2016). The militarisation of police does not reduce crime. Elite teams neither reduce crime nor enhance public safety and become used routinely in low-income communities. “There is no evidence that this practice enhances officer safety nor lowers crime …

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Cedenio: My name is cleared! Track star admits to being held over Tobago road fatality

Twenty-three year old international track star Machel Cedenio has admitted to being the athlete questioned in relation to a road fatality in Tobago. The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service was careful not to name the athlete who was detained for three days and placed on an identification parade, as part …

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Athlete released in Tobago “hit and run”; but still subject to police enquiries into road fatality

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service released a star international athlete without charge this afternoon, pending further enquiries into his possible role in a road fatality. The athlete, accompanied by an attorney, surrendered to the Barataria Police Station on Sunday and was taken to Tobago the following morning to be …

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