Violent Crime In Trinidad & Tobago

2018 Crime Stats: 324 ? Murders 1 Kidnappings (Ransom)


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Written by: JoePublic - 30th Apr, 2018 - 2:09pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: Camille

Title: Crime in Trinidad and Tobago

Comments: Good Morning all. I am working on a project that was at first going to be on crime in T&T but then crossed over to missing persons as well and then through some research, I started a side project on brutal murders. I'm not sure what the final paper will look like or if it will be multiple papers. I'm looking for information on high profile missing cases from the 80s and 90s such as Juliette Tam and Oma Nanan, murder cases such as Candice Scott and her friend Karen Specific Action: Gomes, Leslie Girod and her son, etc. I'm not sure where to begin so any information would be welcome.
Written by: News - 5th Dec, 2017 - 4:03pm TT Crime Reply
FOUR days into December, and 16 men have been killed already.

There was a double murder at Barton Lane, Belmont 9 p.m. On Sunday.

And at 8 a.m. Today two others killed at Pelican Extension, Morvant.

There have been 25 double murders for the year.

Most of the victims were killed by gunfire. Source 3m.
Written by: News - 12th Aug, 2017 - 6:34pm TT Crime Reply
Two shot dead. A MAN was shot dead near his home at Windy Hill, Arouca yesterday morning, while another man was murdered in Tunapuna just after four p.m. Source 4x.
Written by: Joe Public - 21st May, 2017 - 7:57am Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Murders without motives

Comments: It would appear that some killers here no longer need a motive to kill another citizen. Some of the strange murders here can never be solved as it would now appear that local killers are killing just for the fun of it or it has become their hobby. Perhaps too, they are using dangerous drugs which makes their minds play tricks and are having distorted thoughts and imaginations. At present in my opinion the figure so far for murders this year is about 210 despite the fact that official sources are only reflecting 194.It look very much like at the end of the year if the rate of murders continue as they are, the annual rate will be more or less around 440.or probably more.
Written by: JoePublic - 15th May, 2017 - 4:20am Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Just outright wickedness

Comments: Trinidad is a lovely paradise island and those with a bit of enthusiasm and knowledge could make themselves self sufficient when unemployed, and still enjoy the beauty of the island. However the main drawback here is crime, and to support it, we have some real wicked citizens here. Just imagine pouring hot water over an elderly man during a robbery so that he could reveal where he had any valuable jewellery hidden in the house as reported in today's issue of the Express .How evil is that?. I can just imagine the agony associated with such wickedness.Where do such citizens come from? They must worship of the devil? What else?
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