Gary Griffith

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith

THE verdict is in and Police Commissioner Gary Griffith says in his first year as the country’s top cop, there has been an overall decrease in crime. He has promised that he will not fail in making Trinidad and Tobago safe again.

Griffith took up duties on August 17, 2018 and at a news conference yesterday at Police Administration Building, Port of Spain, he provided data to illustrate that in the year he has been at the helm of the Police Service, there has been a reduction in crime.

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