2013-2015 T&T Crime Cases

Some highlighted 2013-2015 cases out of many for the same period

Mon, 25th June, 2018 - 9:59 am GMT

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2018 Crime Stats
T&T Murders: 248 ?
T&T Kidnappings**: 1
** Ransom only

Previous Year Crime Statistics:
TT Murders: 494
TT Kidnappings: 7

2013-2015 Highlights

A Synopsis of Crime for 2013-2015 in Trinidad & Tobago: Police worked to get crime under control but despite their efforts the murder rate increases. The TTPS says that overall other crimes have been reduced but the general public tends to judge the progress and work of the police by the murder rate. One thing is very noticable: kidnappings for ransome are almost non-exsistent so the police have definitely curbed the criminals who chose to 'get rich quick' through those means. The police comissioner is still in an acting status for what is viewed as a lot of red tape in an archaic system.

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That photo isn't related to the event mentioned in the article. That airport's flight path has always led to low-flying aircraft shots, and there are many posted on the internet that are similar views.
The photo is actually a regular occurrence and is from 2015. The event itself was a closer call than most landings.

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