It's unknown how long it'll take the recently proclaimed anti-gang legislation to make a dent in crime fighting.
That's according to the head of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Social and Welfare Association Michael Seales.
According to him, officers are up to speed with the contents of the legislation and are now waiting to be appraised on its rollout.
Seales is confident, however, that once operationalized, the legislation will make a difference.
The president of the Trinidad and Tobago police service social and welfare association says while he is unable to give a timeline for