Written by: JB
- 15th Nov, 2013 - 11:07pm
After one of the prison offers was killed in Malabar the prison officers union has been on a 'go slow' causing many of the prisoners to complain about a lack of food and facilities to bathe and so forth. Relatives of prisoners are complaining that these things are beyond the control of prisoners and they should not be made to suffer because of it.
Written by: Latina
- 29th Sep, 2013 - 11:19pm
Trinidad & Tobago Prisons
Are Prisons well kept in Trinidad & Tobago?
How are convicts treated in Prisons within Trinidad & Tobago?
Who oversees the penal code for Trinidad & Tobago Prisons?
Written by: Politico
- 4th Jun, 2013 - 3:44pm
Prison can be a place for genuine rehabilitation or a school to make you an even worst criminal than before. The problem, like most other problems in Trinidad and Tobago, is that not enough accountability, money and follow-up is done with any one thing. This causes a hap hazard method of application to anything done including the management of prisons.
Written by: Liming
- 13th Jan, 2012 - 1:07am
What about that idea the minister for justice has about allowing prisoners to be real personal with their spouses if they have enough points for good behaviour? I think its great because it can let out pent up feelings. They have something like this in America already.
Written by: JB
- 27th Oct, 2010 - 11:21pm
On TV 6 tonight they were reporting on future plans to have prisoners be able to spend hours or days with their spouses in special quarters as they do in the US. What do you think about this plan?