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2018 Crime Stats: 301 ? Murders 1 Kidnappings (Ransom)


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Written by: JoePublic - 26th Jul, 2016 - 12:10am Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Politicians attitude towards local murders

Comments: Politicians over the [past] decades have shown very little interest in the daily slaughter of the ordinary citizens. The only time that they bombard them with promises in at election time. Where crime and lawlessness are concerned they merely offer lip service,and rely [solely] on the police to deal with the hardened and professional criminals. Things have become so bad here, that the police are limited in their efforts to deal with the vast amount of lawlessness by those expert criminals of status. Among the many unresolved cases, two outstanding examples come to mind ,these are the investigations concerning [..] and the murder of Dana Seetahal. If they really had any real interest at heart of all of our ordinary citizens they would have by now done something constructive to stop the multitude of random killings that takes place here annually. They remain protected by living in gated communities where any ordinary intruder is immediately confronted by their paid guards. So far they have not been targeted by our roaming killers. However if this changes and they become targets they will certainly introduce immediate measures to make their living conditions are safer. A lot of our internal problems here, where crime is concerned is caused by the lack of interest in our crime scenario by our politicians.They are quite prepared to sit back and let things go on as they are. They are only interested in political matters that offers 'kick backs ' or personal financial gains to themselves and their upper class associates. The ordinary [citizens] are paying the price with their lives because of the lack of responsibility by these elected representatives who have so far failed to provide the required security to the lower classes of this nation.
Written by: JoePublic - 24th Jul, 2016 - 8:56pm Trinidad Safety Reply

Name: George

Title: Murder rate

Comments: The latest four murders in seven hours just certify the galloping rate of murders on this island. The brutal murders of two of the victims displayed the callousness and vicious hardened attitudes of the killers roaming around in our suburbs. We now have too many loose killers on this island who are now targeting anyone in order to fulfil their evil desire. It has now become necessary to immediately re-instate the death penalty in order to reduce the increase in more killers,and in the long term reduction in the the annual rate of murders. It really does not matter now how efficient, experienced or educated any new commission of police may be, he together with the present police manpower NEVER be able to reduce the annual rate of murders on this island under the present conditions and situation. Whilst the death penalty may reduce the flow of new murderers by acting as a deterrent. It will not stop the perpetual slaughter of innocent citizens or even reduce the monthly rate because of the large amount of killers on the loose here. These murderers need to be caught and brought to the gallows in order to halt the present rate of random killings .We simple need immediate outside help. We just can't afford to wait for years for new recruits to mature and gain the experience necessary to combat the present brigade of killers on the loose or cope effectively with the general, but serious crime scenario and lawlessness that has now taken hold of this island. Any further delay in taking the necessary steps to curb the random killing of more of our innocent citizens ,and is only giving the murderers and hardened criminals the upper hand, and a nod and a wink to continue their evil intent without any real or effective hindrance.
Written by: JoePublic - 23rd Jul, 2016 - 10:55am Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Crime Prevention

Comments: The announced proposal to release 1300 prisoners held charged with committing the offence of kidnapping could only happen in a democracy such as ours administered by a bunch of idiotic politicians. How on earth could this contribute to helping the police to combat the crime of kidnapping and other crimes here which is at present booming?. The mentality and logical reasoning of these citizens in the corridors or power here are astonishing. Just unbelievable. They are just a complete bunch of nutters and should all be immediately confined to St Ann's mental asylum.
Written by: JoePublic - 29th Jun, 2016 - 1:38pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George


Comments: [In my opinion… ] The ordinary citizens of this nation may well be alarmed and somewhat immune to the crime scenario here, and are most helpless to stop the galloping crime rate here. However relying on politicians and senior police officers here to help to reduce our crime rate is pointless .These guys are helping to ensure that the situation remains the same or even get worse. I refer to the case of Police inspector Michael Seales who is charged with the criminal act of sedition and has now been elected as president of the Police services social and welfare association by what could only be considered members of a corrupt Mafia gang. What has gone wrong with this nation when citizens in positions of status and positions of authority cannot tell right from wrong? In my opinion they are only wearing masks of respectability and are have the mentality of the pimps and thieves you find hanging around Frederick street.
Written by: JoePublic - 7th Jun, 2016 - 8:55am Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Murder rate here

Comments: Doing a quick calculation and making a prediction bearing in mind the rate of annual murders so far this year. It looks like we are going to end up with another annual rate at around the 400 mark. A definite sign that we have made no progress where stemming the flow of murders are concerned. The crime scenario was suppose to have changed with the appointment of Mr Williams when he replaced Mr Gibbs. The pundits here said that the appointment of a local senior policeman to replace Mr Gibbs as commissioner was the solution to our crime problems. Well how wrong they were, as they usually are.. Things have in fact got much worst and there are no signs of any let up. The truth is we just haven't got the calibre of senior policemen with the required experience ,honesty,sense of duty,self discipline and morals to meet our needs and to make a difference to our crime problems here.
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