COP pays tribute to fallen Armed Forces

Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith today joins the nation in paying respect to all Members of the Armed Forces who died in the line of duty during World Wars I and II at the Memorial Park, Port of Spain.

Commissioner Griffith laid a wreath for fallen veterans who fought and died making the ultimate sacrifice in service for freedom of the citizens of this great nation.

This was the 101-year anniversary of the annual celebration where the lives of those who protected and served and did all within their power to ensure that law-abiding citizens are afforded their most fundamental right of safety and security is celebrated and not go unnoticed.

The President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Her Excellency Paula Mae Weeks, Prime Minister Dr. The Honourable Keith Rowley, Minister of National Security, the Honourable Stuart Young and His Worship the Mayor of the City of Port of Spain, Alderman Joel Martinez, laid wreaths at the base of the Cenotaph in full view of Trinidad and Tobago’s military parade. The parade included members of both the armed and unarmed forces.