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One of the biggest achievements of the CISPS to date is our attainment of “ACTT Registration Status.” This was granted in August 2015 for the maximum period of three years. The public can look forward to ACTT-approved more advanced programmes in the future like certificates, diplomas, associate degrees and bachelors.
With the theme of this issue being “neighbourhood security,” we have included four informative and stimulating articles. The first article by the Office of Law Enforcement Policy (OLEP), Ministry of National Security provides useful public information on what the new crime reduction initiative of the Community Comfort Patrols programme is all about, where they are delivering their services, and what powers such officers have among other things. Inspector Wayne Mystar from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service penned the second article that provides a step-by-step approach on establishing neighbourhood watch groups in communities, and importantly, identifies some strategies on how to make such groups effective.
As you may know, the CISPS has a weekly column in the Trinidad Guardian newspapers (Fridays) for over one year now. We have decided to add in a new section in our newsletter titled, “In Case You Missed It,” where we will bring two articles that were published in the newspaper under the relevant theme of the newsletter. Mr. Brian Ramsey authored a thought-provoking article on “Mind Your Neighbour’s Business” and Mr. Richard Smith wrote “Promoting a Safer Home”, a pragmatic piece.
The Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety is relocating to 81-82, Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas effective Monday November 2nd 2015.
Our contact information remains the same:
Tel/Fax- 223-6999, 222-8347 & 223-6968
Contact us to find out more information on the educational offerings of the Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety.