Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of National Security, Edmund Dillon, is taking a not so novel approach to keeping members of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service on their Ps and Qs on the job.
In response to complaints over the years about police officers who may possibly be involved in illegal activities, Dillon has reportedly ordered members of the elite Strategic Services Agency (SSA) to monitor the activities of officers on the job.
According to the Trinidad Guardian, Minister Dillon gave the direct instructions to the SSA since December.
They have been ordered to focus their efforts on first responders, crime scene investigators and elite units within the T&T Police Service (TTPS).
Speaking to the Trinidad Guardian under strict anonymity, an SSA officer said: “They have their work cut out for them.”