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Residents Of East Port Of Spain Voice Their Concerns To TTPS

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Residents of East Port of Spain have made an impassioned plea to the Police Service to do something to make their neighbourhood safe again.

The residents got the opportunity to voice their concerns at a Cottage Meeting hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service on Wednesday night.

Among the recurring themes were crime in the area, police and resident relations, and the need for social programmes to engage youth in the area.

Dionne Baptiste reports.

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