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Dillon: Collaboration Essential In Winning Crime Fight

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An inter-agency approach is what's needed to tackle crime head-on in this country.

This, from Minister of National Security, Edmund Dillon, who, alongside Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams, MP for the Laventille West, Fitzgerald Hinds, and a contingent of officers and army personnel, staged a walkabout in the Beetham Gardens area on Wednesday.

The walkabout aimed to provide a listening ear to those directly affected by crime.

Janine Browne reports.

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