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St Mary’s Police station re-opened

This coun­try has a se­ri­ous bor­der se­cu­ri­ty chal­lenge and this area is in di­rect con­fronta­tion with those prospects” Min­is­ter Hinds con­tin­ued by say­ing, “This coun­try is be­set with the chal­lenge of crime, with the seafront not too far from where this post is sit­u­at­ed, with the in­flux of mi­grants from the South Amer­i­can con­ti­nent and the trans­ship­ment of will­ing and un­will­ing hu­mans traf­fick­ing

The St Mary’s Po­lice sta­tion in Moru­ga has been re-opened. Min­is­ter

of Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Fitzger­ald Hinds M.P., Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice, Mr. Mc­Don­ald Ja­cob along with mem­bers of the TTPS ex­ec­u­tive at­tend­ed the cer­e­mo­ny.

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The fol­low­ing is a press re­lease from the Min­istry of Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty:

On Tues­day May 10, 2022, Min­is­ter of Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty the Ho­n­ourable Fitzger­ald Hinds M.P. joined the Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice, Mr. Mc­Don­ald Ja­cob and oth­er mem­bers of the Trinidad and To­ba­go Po­lice Ser­vice Ex­ec­u­tive at the re­open­ing of the Po­lice Post at St Mary’s, Moru­ga.

De­liv­er­ing the fea­ture ad­dress at the re­open­ing cer­e­mo­ny held on the com­pound of the St Mary’s Po­lice Post, Min­is­ter Hinds con­grat­u­lat­ed the Trinidad and To­ba­go Po­lice Ser­vice for its de­ci­sion to re­in­state the po­lice post and to bring along all the strate­gic promis­es that comes along with it.

Min­is­ter Hinds stat­ed, “the de­ci­sion to re­open this post was in­deed a wel­comed ini­tia­tive be­cause the clos­ing of the St Mary’s po­lice post was not the best idea, see­ing that there are hu­man traf­fick­ing and mi­gra­tion is­sues in the Moru­ga area.

This coun­try has a se­ri­ous bor­der se­cu­ri­ty chal­lenge and this area is in di­rect con­fronta­tion with those prospects” Min­is­ter Hinds con­tin­ued by say­ing, “This coun­try is be­set with the chal­lenge of crime, with the seafront not too far from where this post is sit­u­at­ed, with the in­flux of mi­grants from the South Amer­i­can con­ti­nent and the trans­ship­ment of will­ing and un­will­ing hu­mans traf­fick­ing.

All to­geth­er, this di­vi­sion where this po­lice post re­sides, has its fair share of prob­lems and the Min­istry un­der­stands quite clear­ly the chal­lenges that this area pos­es with­in the scheme of our na­tion­al se­cu­ri­ty plans and crime fight­ing ini­tia­tives.”

Min­is­ter Hinds said, “what we have here is not mere­ly a po­lice post, im­por­tant as it is, more than all the phys­i­cal things, what is re­quired is the ethos and the spir­it of the Po­lice Ser­vice liv­ing with­in the men and women who come to work every day at this post. The po­lice are the ones that so­ci­ety de­pends up­on to pro­tect us when the need aris­es.

The spir­it that dri­ves the work of a po­lice of­fi­cer is a spe­cial and a blessed call­ing, one that res­onates deeply with the res­i­dents with­in the com­mu­ni­ties you serve.” Min­is­ter Hinds con­clud­ed by reem­pha­sis­ing the Gov­ern­ment’s com­mit­ment to sup­port­ing the Trinidad and To­ba­go Po­lice Ser­vice as it sur­mounts the chal­lenges of crime and crim­i­nal­i­ty in this coun­try.

Al­so present at the event were Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice, Trinidad and To­ba­go Po­lice Ser­vice, Mr. Mc­Don­ald Ja­cob; Se­nior Su­per­in­ten­dent, Ms. Lu­cia Win­ches­ter; Su­per­in­ten­dent of Po­lice, Mr. Harnar­ine Ram­path and oth­er mem­bers of the Trinidad and To­ba­go Po­lice Ser­vice Ex­ec­u­tive. 

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