Policing Conflict Resolution

Policing Conflict Resolution We provide awareness for members of the Police Service through Social Media our main media is via FACEBOOK to learn about anger & stress management as well as 21st century best practices for conflict resolution in Policing.
PolicingCR; We are committed to enhancing 21st century services, safety, stability, and civility within the country it serves. We believe in education, modeling our values 'how to deal with conflict,anger and stress' and the ability to inspire persons to learn new skills and improve their lives and others around them through information shared. We recognize in today's world that conflict is inherent and understand the importance in process of resolution as well as the end result.
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15/03/2017

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Not all stress is bad in fact we need stress in order to perform well in certain situations and circumstances. Prolonged stress/ distress is what affects us negatively. Take a quick peak at the information below.

Members of G-Squad group 3 BATCH 2 OF 2016posing for a group photo.
15/03/2017

Members of G-Squad group 3 BATCH 2 OF 2016posing for a group photo.

15/03/2017
Policing Conflict Resolution

For those who missed it the first time take a look at definitions Re: Conflict, Stress and Anger Management.

What is conflict?

We define conflict as a disagreement through which the parties involved perceive a threat to their needs, interests or concerns, it is when two or more persons with varied interests, perspectives, beliefs and cultures clash. It can also occur if one party (group of persons) is dissatisfied with existing social, legal or other conditions and they are collectively striving for improvement or transformative changes to happen.

Conflict arises from difference which occurs as a result of incompatibility of ideas, needs, drives, wishes, motivations, perceptions or demands.

What is Stress?

Stress can be defined as an additional load or demand on your body's biological system. it creates a psychological reaction to the demands of a stressor. Stress also creates a physiological reaction as a result of a perception of intricate, arduous, aversive, or threatening situations.

The outcome is a range of responses to the real or imagined challenges or threats as a result of and individual's cognitive appraisal of a situation.

What is anger?

Anger is a feeling a person experiences when he or she is dissatisfied or discomforted. it is an inward feeling of rage in which the individual experiences some negative emotional disturbance. it is an emotion which indicates displeasure about something thought of, said, or done.

Anger can arise out of an occurrence or conflict. when triggered, it can be used to motivate positive behavior.

Throw back when G Squad was involved with Horsescare Re: Carnival preparation for the mounted police.
15/03/2017

Throw back when G Squad was involved with Horsescare Re: Carnival preparation for the mounted police.

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14/03/2017

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Search Continues for Missing WPC NAYASHA JOSEPH any one with information please step forward to any Police Station and s...
12/03/2017

Search Continues for Missing WPC NAYASHA JOSEPH any one with information please step forward to any Police Station and speak to the Officer in Charge or call Crime Stoppers TT 800-8477

MEDIA RELEASE: Search Continues for Missing WPC

09/03/2017

What is conflict?

We define conflict as a disagreement through which the parties involved perceive a threat to their needs, interests or concerns, it is when two or more persons with varied interests, perspectives, beliefs and cultures clash. It can also occur if one party (group of persons) is dissatisfied with existing social, legal or other conditions and they are collectively striving for improvement or transformative changes to happen.

Conflict arises from difference which occurs as a result of incompatibility of ideas, needs, drives, wishes, motivations, perceptions or demands.

What is Stress?

Stress can be defined as an additional load or demand on your body's biological system. it creates a psychological reaction to the demands of a stressor. Stress also creates a physiological reaction as a result of a perception of intricate, arduous, aversive, or threatening situations.

The outcome is a range of responses to the real or imagined challenges or threats as a result of and individual's cognitive appraisal of a situation.

What is anger?

Anger is a feeling a person experiences when he or she is dissatisfied or discomforted. it is an inward feeling of rage in which the individual experiences some negative emotional disturbance. it is an emotion which indicates displeasure about something thought of, said, or done.

Anger can arise out of an occurrence or conflict. when triggered, it can be used to motivate positive behavior.

Take a look at the TTPS website all. See what the Police are doing for you.
07/03/2017
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Take a look at the TTPS website all. See what the Police are doing for you.

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is both a civil and para-military body which functions in accordance with the Police Service Act Chapter 15:01.

26/02/2017
Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Ag.), Operations, Deodat Dulalchan, unveiled plans for a safe Carnival 2017 during today’s media briefing.

26/02/2017
Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

EVEN MACHEL MONTANO SUPPORTS ROAD SAFETY...This Carnival, stay above the influence. "Wrong Mix - alcohol and lyrics" Designate a driver. Don't drink and drive. #iRoadSafe

This Carnival, stay above the influence. "Wrong Mix - alcohol and lyrics" Designate a driver. Don't drink and drive #iRoadSafe #WrongMix #AlcoholandLyrics

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service
26/02/2017

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

Attention All Campers: Register your camp this Carnival at the nearest police station in the area where your group is camping.

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service
26/02/2017

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

PLEASE NOTE the traffic restrictions which will be in place today for the Children's Carnival Parade of the Bands

TTPS issues Carnival 2017 Public Notice
26/02/2017
TTPS issues Carnival 2017 Public Notice

TTPS issues Carnival 2017 Public Notice

The Carnival Regulations 2017 which were said to be ordered by the President, outlines nine acts, some of which can be liable to a fine and imprisonment. The public is being warned against wearing masks or disguises except during the carnival period as they will be liable to a fine of $1,000.00 and…

On Tuesday 21st February, 2017, 12 members of the St. James Police Youth Club payed guests to Brian Lara at his residenc...
26/02/2017

On Tuesday 21st February, 2017, 12 members of the St. James Police Youth Club payed guests to Brian Lara at his residence with an evening of international boxing. Members were treated to great hospitality, where they presented medals to winners of several boxing competitions on the card.

In addition, members can be seen in the photos: The Hon. Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, Minister of Youth and Sport, the Hon. Darryl Smith and Brian Lara, Sports Ambassador and world record holder. Photo also includes several sporting celebrities (Russel Latapy, Dwight York, Hasley Crawford, Darren Bravo, Lennon Simons, Andrew Lewis, Lesley Tiger Stewart and Derrick Murray just to name a few)

On behalf of the Management Board, Parent Council, Youth Executive Body, we would like to convey our sincere gratitude to Brian Charles Lara for the courtesy extended and a wonderful evening at his residence.

Also included in the photo is our Founder and Manager Officer Derrick Sharbodie

On Tuesday 21st February, 2017, 12 members of the St. James Police Youth Club payed guests to Brian Lara at his residence with an evening of international boxing. Members were treated to great hospitality, where they presented medals to winners of several boxing competitions on the card.

In addition, members can be seen in the photos: The Hon. Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, Minister of Youth and Sport, the Hon. Darrel Smith and Brian Lara, Sports Ambassador and world record holder. Photo also includes several sporting celebrities (Russel Latapy, Dwight York, Hasley Crawford, Darren Bravo, Lenn Simons, Andrew Lewis, Lesley Tiger Stewart and Derrick Murray just to name a few)

On behalf of the Management Board, Parent Council, Youth Executive Body, we would like to convey our sincere gratitude to Brian Charles Lara for the courtesy extended and a wonderful evening at his residence.

Also included in the photo is our Founder and Manager Officer Derrick Sharbodie

23/02/2017

Carnival is here and we here at Policing Conflict Resolution feel the importance to let persons know about good safety practices during these festivities. Carnival Safety Tips


When attending parties and other activities you are reminded that you should:
Wear minimal jewelry
Travel in groups to and from activities.
Not carry around or display large amounts of money.
Not have wallets and change purses visible.
Not accept drinks from strangers or leave drinks unattended.
Prearrange transport arrangements and designate an alcohol free driver.


Parents and guardians are reminded that their children should:
All wear identification cards bearing their name, name of parent/guardian, address and telephone number.
Not be left unsupervised at home.
Not be left in the charge of strangers.
Not use public conveniences unless an adult accompanies them.
Not accept food or drink from strangers.
Not be taken to fetes, calypso tents and other adult shows.


When leaving you households you are reminded that you should:
Ensure that you secure your premises.
Secure all ladders and other implements in a locked room.
Not leave keys in mailboxes or under door mats.
Notify the police if you are going to be away for long periods.
Have a friend or relative check the household to remove newspapers, milk and other deliveries.
Teach your children to lock the doors when they enter.
Ensure that the property is illuminated at night.
Be observant when returning home, especially at night.


Holders of licensed firearms are reminded that they should:
Ensure that their firearm is properly secured at home.
Not display firearms in public.
Not draw their firearm unless they are in a life-threatening situation.
Lodge their firearm at a police station before leaving the country.
Remember that their firearm is a lethal weapon and they should not become intoxicated when carrying it.


When driving to fetes and other activities you are reminded that you should:
Ensure that your vehicle is properly secured.
Use paid car parks whenever possible.
Not overcrowd vehicles.
Not drink and drive.
Lock doors when vehicle is in motion.
Notify the police whenever you observe any strange activities around vehicles.
Obey traffic signs re: parking.
Not leave vehicle unattended with keys in the ignition.
Not leave your vehicle unattended with engine running.
Not leave valuable items exposed in your vehicle.
Be cautious of persons loitering near traffic lights.
Have your keys in hand when you approach your vehicle.
Be vigilant at all times when returning home especially at night and if you are travelling alone.


Remember it is an offence to:
Go through a RED LIGHT even at nights.
Travel in open trays of pick up vans and trucks.


Visitors to Trinidad and Tobago are reminded that they should:
Carry some form of identification on their person when attending activities.
Take public transportation with "H" being the first letter on the number plate.
Verify the cost of transportation before boarding hired vehicles.
Avoid dark and lonely areas, ie walking through the Queen's Park Savannah at night.
Not accept lifts from strangers.
Not carry around or display large amounts of cash.
Secure wallets and purses especially in crowded areas.
Find a police officer if they need assistance.

Information courtesy the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service - TTPS
http://ttps.gov.tt/CitizenSupport/TTPSCarnivalSafetyTips/tabid/97/Default.aspx




Car safety tips

1. Leave your house with the understanding that there will be other people, like you, who’ll want to park their cars in the best possible spot, i.e. in a secure car park, beneath a street light or in close proximity to the fete’s location. Get to any fete no later than 10 pm to secure a good spot.
2. Remove all items, even plastic bags, from view. Place anything that would attract the attention of a passer-by in your vehicle’s trunk or remove them before you leave your house.
3. If the face of your car’s deck can be removed, do so. Place it in the glove compartment or somewhere else where it cannot be seen.
4. Ensure your car’s alarm system is working properly. Check your alarm’s batteries during the season. Improve your car’s security by having an immobiliser or a state-of-the-art alarm system fitted.
5. Secure those 17” rims by purchasing a set of lock nuts. Although modern-day thieves have done their research and possibly thought up sophisticated carjacking methods, lock nuts and other similar items can prove to be great deterrents.
6. Do not walk away from your car without activating your alarm. Sometimes, in the heat of the action, we forget simple things. While, in most instances, the alarm will activate by itself, the doors sometimes remain open, so that an intruder may be able to open the doors effortlessly, even with the blaring sound of the triggered alarm. He can simply pretend to be having problems with the alarm and get away with the act!
It’s Carnival in T&T. Jump, wine, wave and palance but remember that after the season, it all goes back to normal. Secure your ride, you’ll need it beyond Carnival 2017!

18/02/2017
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USER GUIDELINES The POLICING CONFLICT RESOLUTION face book page has been established to: • Educate the police and public about Conflict Resolution, Anger and Stress Management • Give information on handling situations a Police Officer may face. • Encourage dialogue between us • Address any questions or concerns you may have • To provide real time communication • Provide factual /unbiased information. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE We appreciate all feedback because it helps us to better serve you, we will not tolerate: • Use of obscene or abusive language towards the Police Service or towards other fans • The spread of libelous information • Use of the page as a political platform While we encourage dialogue we also want to emphasize that it should be done in a respectful manner. Users in breach of this policy would be restricted from posting on thIS page. Questions, comments and concerns directed at the POLICINGCR should be sent to our inbox rather than written on our wall to ensure you get feedback from the POLICINGCR GROUP. What is conflict? We define conflict as a disagreement through which the parties involved perceive a threat to their needs, interests or concerns, it is when two or more persons with varied interests, perspectives, beliefs and cultures clash. It can also occur if one party (group of persons) is dissatisfied with existing social, legal or other conditions and they are collectively striving for improvement or transformative changes to happen. Conflict arises from difference which occurs as a result of incompatibility of ideas, needs, drives, wishes, motivations, perceptions or demands. What is Stress? Stress can be defined as an additional load or demand on your body's biological system. it creates a psychological reaction to the demands of a stressor. Stress also creates a physiological reaction as a result of a perception of intricate, arduous, aversive, or threatening situations. The outcome is a range of responses to the real or imagined challenges or threats as a result of and individual's cognitive appraisal of a situation. What is anger? Anger is a feeling a person experiences when he or she is dissatisfied or discomforted. it is an inward feeling of rage in which the individual experiences some negative emotional disturbance. it is an emotion which indicates displeasure about something thought of, said, or done. Anger can arise out of an occurrence or conflict. when triggered, it can be used to motivate positive behavior.

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