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The third issue of The Protector (July 2014) published quarterly by the Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety (CISPS) tackles a very serious issue facing Trinidad and Tobago at this time: Police-Soldier Collaboration. In an article by Lt. Col. (Ret’d) Richardo Garcia, not only is the history of such collaboration delicately discussed, but also its various pros and cons. Importantly, the article highlights many areas of training that soldiers should undergo, e.g., customer service, criminal law, use of force policy, media relations, court procedures, etc.
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Among other things, this issue of The Protector, according to Principal, Ian Ramdhanie, “showcases many of the achievements of the CISPS as it celebrated one year of dedicated training (June 27, 2014) to over 600 persons and in well over 30 training areas to companies and individual persons.”
A quite common type of crime taking place in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean is ATM Skimming, yes, from your bank cards. In an article by Mr. Brian Ramsey and Mr. Andre Coore, they deal with the various ways this scam is conducted and provided practical recommendations for ordinary citizens to follow to prevent themselves from being victimised.
The Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety is delivering preparation classes for the internationally acclaimed Certified Protection Professional of the American Society for Industrial Security as well as for the Precept Exams.
A pressing issue facing the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is its low Crime Detection Rate. This matter is addressed by Mr. Gilbert Reyes, former Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police, TTPS. In his article in The Protector, many ways in which such rate can be increased are outlined, e.g., use of DNA, increased public confidence in the police, technology, etc.
The Protector also provides for its readership a crisp account of the various legislative matters dealt with in the Senate and House of Representatives for the last three months on all matters of crime, security and public safety for easy reference to all persons with such an interest. Also, an exciting new feature is short quiz to test readers’ knowledge on related matters.
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