TTPS probing claims of poor customer service at a police station by local entertainer

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TTPS probing claims of poor customer service at a police station by local entertainer

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service said it is aware of a video circulating on social media made by local entertainer Kenneth Supersad, who alleges receiving poor customer service at a police station as he attempted to make a report.

The police said that upon learning of the allegations, an investigation was immediately launched into the claims of assault against Mr. Supersad and the allegations of poor customer service at the police station.

Various persons have been interviewed and statements recorded as part of efforts being made to apprehend the suspect.

Investigators have also reached out to Mr. Supersad for further information as the investigation unfolds.

The TTPS said it does not condone the delivery of poor service to citizens and assures members of the public that all reports of crime are treated with the utmost importance and urgency by officers.

Supersad alleged that the incident occurred earlier this week after he got into an argument with someone at a bar in his community.

Supersad said that he went yesterday to the Arouca Police Station to make a report and was told to go home and wait for officers to contact him to give a statement.