Gary Griffith

CoP has rush hour traf­fic plan

Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith says the po­lice will con­tin­ue to mon­i­tor ve­hic­u­lar traf­fic as the floods slow­ly re­cede. He as­sured that traf­fic arrange­ments were put in place so that by 3 pm to­day, when the traf­fic from north to south picks up again, there will be no grid­locks.

"We plan to clear both the north and south­bound car­riage­ways to­tal­ly for the flow of traf­fic by 3 pm," he said.

He de­nied that the flood­ing caused a bot­tle­neck ear­li­er to­day.

Griffith: Support the police

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is urging members of the public to be the ‘game changers’ in the fight against crime, by supporting police officers.

He was at the time delivering the feature address at the Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce’s Breakfast Meeting, held at Signature Hall, Longdenville, Chaguanas on Friday.

Griffith implored the business community and the public to support the police despite the negative actions of a few officers, as police rely on this support to effectively reduce crime nationally.

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