Saturday 7 December, 2019

Top Cop, POS Mayor discuss Christmas and Carnival security plans

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith (fourth from right); POS Mayor Joel Martinez (third from right); Acting ACP North West, Joanne Archie (second from right); POS Snr Supt Floris Hodge-Griffith (third from left)

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith (fourth from right); POS Mayor Joel Martinez (third from right); Acting ACP North West, Joanne Archie (second from right); POS Snr Supt Floris Hodge-Griffith (third from left)

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith held discussions with Port of Spain Mayor, Joel Martinez, to discuss initial security arrangements for the 2018 Christmas season and the 2019 Carnival season.

The meeting took place at the Mayor’s Office at City Hall, Port of Spain, at 9 am on Thursday.

Griffith and the Mayor also discussed the usage of glass bottles by patrons during next year’s Carnival celebrations in Port of Spain, as well as issues relating to wrecking and street vending in the capital city.

The Top Cop and Martinez reaffirmed their commitment to deepen collaboration toward ensuring safety and security of all citizens who enter Port of Spain.

Also in attendance were ACP acting ACP North West, Joanne Archie and Snr Supt of Port-of-Spain Division, Floris Hodge-Griffith.

 

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