SWAT team will increase citizen security, won’t be political tool

-Rohee says as training begins

Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee yesterday said that the in-the-works Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team would not be used as a “political tool” for the administration’s gains but would increase security for citizens.

He gave this assurance at the launch of the SWAT training programme for 27 police recruits, at the Police Officers Training Centre on Camp Street.

The training programme began yesterday with Senior Superintendent Paul Williams leading as the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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