The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) has issued another Missing Persons Alert, this time for two teenage girls—one of them a 15-year-old girl of Aripero; the other, a 16-year-old of Guapo.
Members of the public are being asked to assist the police in determining the whereabouts of 15-year-old Shanika Britney Renee Mohammed.
Shanika was last seen at her Marvin Crescent, Aripero, South Oropouche home, on Monday January 20th.
The public also is being asked to share information on the whereabouts of 16-year-old Shinice Johnson.
A 23-year-old man from Cap-De-Ville, Point Fortin, was taken into custody yesterday, following his botched attempt at a kidnapping of a 10-year-old school child.
According to reports, members of the Point Fortin Municipal Police were instrumental in his arrest.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) continues its crackdown on illegal arms and ammunition, with multiple anti-crime exercises across the country.
Illegal weapon hidden in drain in St James
A firearm with ammunition and magazine, along with a bullet proof vest were found and seized by police officers during an anti-crime exercise on Tuesday night in St James.
Police said the Cavim shotgun, the pistol magazine, eight rounds of 7.62 ammunition and the bullet proof vest were found hidden in a drain at Aboud Circular and Dundonald Hill
The Trinidad And Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is seeking the public's assistance in locating 15-year-old Kyle Liverpool.
Liverpool, of Upper Richplain Road, Diego Martin, was last seen on Wednesday 5th February, getting into a black Nissan Tiida motorcar.
The boy's parents grew concerned when the teenager failed to return home and have since filed a missing persons’ report.
Liverpool is of African descent, slim built and dark brown in complexion.
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, met today with Chief of Mission of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Leila Jane Nassif at the Police Administration Building, Port-of-Spain.
Among the topics discussed were national security and humanitarian protection as it relates to refugees, including issues such as sex slavery and trafficking of minors, with the priority of both agencies, the TTPS and UNHCR, to collaborate and cooperate and to look after the wellbeing of refugees.
The Commissioner of Police and the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is advising of traffic restrictions in Port of Spain, on Friday 24 January, 2020, for the official Re-opening of the Red House as the seat of the Parliament.
The temporary restrictions have been made under section 68(1) of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act Pursuant to the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act, Chapter 48:50.
The Order made by the Commissioner of Police follows…
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) launched a new unit tasked with handling cases of gender-based violence and domestic violence in this country.
The newly formed Gender-Based Violence Unit (GBVU) will focus heavily on domestic violence cases and breaches of restraining orders. In addition to victims making reports to the Unit, members of the public with information on domestic abuse also can bring that information to the police, so they can act on it.