Shorter Carnival from 2020?

The National Security Ministry is looking into having earlier cutoff times for Carnival festivities to ensure the safety and security of citizens. The suggestion to have an earlier conclusion of Ca...

March 07, 2019

Glass bottle ban for Carnival 2020

Come Carnival 2020, glass bottles will be banned. National Security Minister Stuart Young made the announcement at Thursday’s Post Cabinet media briefing as he noted that they are often used a...

March 07, 2019

2019 Carnival safest to date, Young says

This year's Carnival saw the lowest recorded number of serious reported crimes in the past five years. At a conference on Wednesday, National Security Minister Stuart Young said only 12 instances w...

March 06, 2019

Increased police patrols for beaches

Citizens planning on visiting the country’s beaches and rivers in the days leading up to Carnival and until Ash Wednesday can expect to see an increased police presence as municipal police will be dep...

March 01, 2019

TTPS motor vehicle safety for Carnival 2018

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is issuing an advisory to party goers and motorists in general on how to best safeguard their vehicles from possible theft, stating that personal safety a...

January 17, 2018
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