Tobago Assured Of Measures To Target Crime Upsurge

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Tobago Assured Of Measures To Target Crime Upsurge

Commissioner of Police, Erla Harewood-Christopher, is assuring burgesses on the island of Tobago the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service has implemented several measures to target and reduce the upsurge of certain violent crimes within their communities.

This disclosure comes on the heels of the stakeholder meeting held on Wednesday at the Tobago Division of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce Chamber at Milford Road, Scarborough.

The meeting was requested last year by the business community.

It was attended by various key interest groups on the island.

They listened to and shared on the strategies at work to bring about the desired reduction of violent and gun crimes on the island.

Among the topics discussed were the curtailing of illicit drug and firearm trade and trafficking, school violence and juvenile delinquency, and migration of offenders.