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Tuesday, 22 August 2017 17:15

Police Need To Treat Good People Better

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The TTPS makes a plea to members of the public to have patience with officers who might present as rough but mean well.

At Police Community Outreach Meeting in San Juan on Monday, the public was told that police officers must take precaution in executing their dangerous jobs.

Ian Wason reports.

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