Security After Emergency

Security After Emergency

By Geraldine Cook
April 01, 2012

Violent crime in Trinidad and Tobago led to the declaration of a state of emergency in August 2011. Drugs and arms trafficking needed to be halted, and the Government asked Soldiers
to join with police in the effort. Post-emergency, the Caribbean nation is adopting best
practices to strengthen citizen confidence and set in motion a new security plan.

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