Crime will increase unless young ones are helped to deal with anger issues.
This is according to Former Independent Senator and Psychiatrist Valma Deyalsingh.
He spoke with news Power Now recently and commented on the burgeoning crime situation in Trinidad and Tobago.
He noted that fir various reasons there are youths who are dealing with unresolved feelings of anger that propels those who find themselves in a life of crime to commit heinous acts.
He stated that placing a weapon in their hands creates a situation doomed to devastating results.
He maintained that the education system bears a significant responsibility in aiding children to have healthy habits.