1,100 more cops needed in T&T

-Deputy CoP Dulalchan gives security update

(Trinidad Express) There are over 7,000 police officers in the Police Service, but 1,100 more are needed.

That figure was given on Wednesday by Deputy Commissioner of Police (Operations) Deodat Dulalchan at the weekly police news briefing at Police Administration Building, Port of Spain.

Dulalchan, the controversial top nominee for the post of police commissioner, was flanked by Deputy Commissioner of Police (Port of Spain/West) Radcliff Boxill and communications manager for the TTPS Ellen Lewis at the briefing, which was held to update the public on security arrangements to be undertaken during the Carnival weekend.

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