Crime Prevention Tips

Working with local police, crime prevention & safety tips

Wed, 18th October, 2017 - 10:56 am GMT

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2017 Crime Stats
T&T Murders: 390 ?
T&T Kidnappings**: 7
** Ransom only

Previous Year Crime Statistics:
TT Murders: 462
TT Kidnappings: 0

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Avoid grief by contacting the Police at 999 to report any suspicious activity so they can make their own observations.

Keep handy the numbers for Fire and Ambulance as well as teach your children the same.


We hope to establish some very handy tips to better prevent crime and / or protect yourself and your family. We hope to also acquire the latest suggested methods from the local Police forces but until then you can of course share what works for you, your opinions and / or experiences.

Trinidad and Tobago  Crime Some of these specific Threads may be of help. You can also ask questions that experienced Members may be able to answer. Use at your own discretion:

Crime Tips (General)
Safety around your car
Being streetwise in Trinidad
Safety for disabled
Safety for tourists
Securing your home
Safety of your children
Safety around ATMs
Safety while shopping
Driving Safety
TTSPCA (Animal saftey)
Being safe for Carnival
Witnessing a crime
Cruelty to children
Alarm systems
Safety doors
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Latest Trini Chat:

Name: George

Title: Vagrants

Comments: Yes, I agree, that it is now difficult to deal with the vagrant problems overnight. However, this problem did not suddenly present itself to the nation. The truth about this problem is that the police and our politicians turned a blind eye to the development of the homeless and vagrant problem here.
Now it was becoming noticeable and is growing at an alarming rate they are all offering lip service and still not doing what is needed to fix the problem.
The attitude and lack of immediate nipping internal problems in the bud by our politicians and those in authority here is typical. They never treat many of our serious problems immediately, but linger with the hope that they may just go away. They are lacking in foresight and use neglect and a non care approach to many ofour now established woes.

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