Gary Griffith

Griffith undergoes medical checks after complaining of stomach pains

Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith is now resting comfortably at the official commissioner’s residence in St James after he was taken to the St Clair Medical Centre yesterday after complaining of feeling unwell.

Griffith’s wife, Nicole Dyer-Griffith in a brief telephone interview with Guardian Media Limited confirmed that he was seen by doctors at the institution.

“He is much better today. Yesterday we took him into St Clair he was experiencing some pretty severe abdominal cramps so he spent most of the day there, he had to be rehydrated. He was very dehydrated.

CoP: "Walk away from conflicts, your life is worth more"

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is advising citizens to avoid conflicts, saying that their lives are worth more.

His comment comes as part of his New Year's message to the country:

"Over the past few months in my capacity as Commissioner of Police, I have asked members of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service to go above and beyond the call of duty in pursuit of a safer country.

You have responded to the call in such admirable ways that simply cannot be allowed to go by without acknowledgement.

Young gives Gary an A grade

Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young has giv­en Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith an “A” grade for his ster­ling per­for­mance as top cop, promis­ing that for the new year cit­i­zens would see a more se­ri­ous ap­proach to crime fight­ing.

Young rat­ed Grif­fith’s per­for­mance dur­ing a tour yes­ter­day at the In­ter-Agency Task Force (IATF) head­quar­ters in San Juan, where he thanked scores of of­fi­cers for work­ing on Christ­mas Day and giv­ing their ded­i­ca­tion and com­mit­ment.

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