The Ministry of National Security - National Crime Prevention Programme

The Ministry of National Security - National Crime Prevention Programme The National Crime Prevention Programme is a community-centered initiative designed to engage, educate and empower communities to make crime prevention their responsibility in order to achieve safer communities and improved quality of life.

Operating as usual

04/05/2021

NDPPM is here!!! Let's Take the time to get Prepared!!! Here this Month's Calender of events!!

You are responsible for planning to protect yourself, family, your staff, and facilities. The best defence against any hazard is being prepared.

Join us for this month of exciting activities!!!

#DisasterPreparednessTT #NDPPMTT #LetsPrepareTogetherTT #FamilyPreparednessTT

04/05/2021
04/05/2021

Your ⚡️lightening⚡️ safety tip for today is STAY INDOORS in the event of thunderstorms! If outdoors, avoid open areas and stay away from isolated trees, towers, utility poles and metal fences. #DisasterPreparednessTT #NDPPMTT #LetsPrepareTogetherTT #FamilyPreparednessTT

10/04/2021

RELIEF COLLECTION DRIVE FOR THE PEOPLE OF ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES

In light of the eruption of the La Soufrière Volcano, the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, through the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM), is hosting a relief collection drive as part of our ongoing response and relief efforts in support of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

All persons and organisations who are interested in donating to the relief collection drive are asked to follow the immediate needs list provided by the National Emergency Management Organisation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines at the link below. This is important so that we do not send unsolicited supplies that may overwhelm the country's logistics system.

The ODPM with support from the Disaster Management Units of the Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government (MoRDLG), Tobago Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), and the Adventist Development and Relief Agency International (ADRA) has established a number of relief collection centres across Trinidad and Tobago. Information on the location of the sites can also be located at the undermentioned link.

Every little contribution will help as we stand in support of our sister Caribbean nation in her time of need. The Ministry of National Security extends its thanks to you for giving kind consideration to our request and urges you to adhere to the national COVID-19 guidelines and protocols provided by the Ministry of Health. http://www.odpm.gov.tt/node/1317

Ministry of National Security Trinidad & Tobago, Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government, UWI Seismic Research Centre, CDEMA - Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency, Trinidad Express Newspapers, T&T Guardian, Trinidad Express Newspapers, TTT Live Online, CNC3 Television, Trinidad and Tobago, CCN TV6: Trinidad and Tobago, Power102.1fm Trinidad & Tobago, I955 FM-"The Most Influential Name In Radio", ISAAC 98.1 FM 'The Promise', Music Radio 97.1 FM (Trinidad & Tobago), Loop TT, Trinidad and Tobago Red Cross Society,

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20/03/2021

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16/03/2021

#DrySeasonAwareness In a fire, every second counts. If a fire broke out
in your bedroom tonight would you know two ways out?

Identify two exits out of every room in your home!
A well-practiced home escape plan with two ways out of every room can save lives. Take a few minutes to create one for your family today.
Seconds can mean the difference between escaping safely from a fire or
having lives end in tragedy.

#BeFireSafe
#BeFireSafeTT
#TwoWaysOut
#FireSafety
#FirePrevention
#DisasterPreparedness
#DisasterManagement
#LocalGovernment
#MORDLG
#PuttingPeopleFirst

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12/03/2021

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09/03/2021

CAPA Advisory - Home Burglaries

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05/03/2021

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27/02/2021

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15/02/2021

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15/02/2021

MEDIA INVITATION:- Media Conference TODAY on National Security Issues 15.02.2021.

Office of the Prime Minister - Communications TTT Live Online CCN TV6: Trinidad and Tobago CNC3 Television, Trinidad and Tobago Ietv News, Trinidad and Tobago Tobago Channel 5 Ietv News, Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad Express Newspapers Trinidad and Tobago Newsday T&T Guardian Loop TT I955 FM-"The Most Influential Name In Radio" Power102.1fm Trinidad & Tobago Music Radio 97.1 FM (Trinidad & Tobago) 103FM The First The Finest

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30/01/2021

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30/01/2021

The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service, in our continuing efforts to effectively serve members of the public, has introduced an online service to communicate with the Prison Welfare Department.

Do you have a question, query or concern as it relates to an inmate?

Kindly contact the Prison Welfare Department Monday to Friday during the hours 8am to 4pm via WhatsApp messages, only.

The undermentioned numbers are published for your information.

27/01/2021

POST-CABINET MEDIA BRIEFING

Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Keith Rowley will host the Post-Cabinet media briefing at 2:30pm tomorrow (Thursday 28th January, 2021) at the Diplomatic Centre, St Anns.

Coverage will be carried live on TTT.

27/01/2021

We kick off 2021 with our Webinar on, ‘’Tripartite Approaches to Skills Development.’’ This discussion will be lead by Dr. Paul Comyn, Senior Skills and Employability Specialist at the International Labour Organization (ILO). Tune in on, Thursday 28th January,2021 at 1:30 p.m.

27/01/2021

"My job is to do all that I can within the law to protect Trinidad and Tobago and I genuinely discharge that without fear or favour, malice or ill-will." - Minister of National Security, the Honourable Stuart R. Young.

Wednesday 27th January, 2021

26/01/2021

Physical Re-Opening of Schools Academic Year 2020/2021

Guidelines for the Reopening of Schools- “The New Normal” for Term II January 2021 (To be used in collaboration with the MOH
Guidelines)

For more information visit>> https://bit.ly/3iWbGlC

#MoEduTT #TransformingEducation #ItTakesAVillage

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#DrySeasonAwareness Here are a few tips to help you practice fire prevention and safety at home:

1. Identify and remove fire hazards

Household appliances that get hot should be given plenty of space. Additionally, there should not be exposed electrical wires or electrical connections close to areas or surfaces which may get wet. Do not overload extension cords and other temporary solutions by making
them an extension of the household’s electrical system.

2. Limit and monitor open flames

Are your kitchen curtains or any other item too close to your stovetop? Do you leave your scented candles unattended or matches/lighters within the reach of children? Perhaps you have a fire permit – do you monitor the blaze for the entire duration? If you smoke indoors, do you dispose of cigarette butts appropriately? These are some questions that we must ask ourselves.

3. Plan and practice fire escape drills

In the event of a fire, every member of the household must be aware of the plan to exit the structure and the location of the muster point.
Practice your escape plan a few times every year. If you have burglar- proofed doors and/or windows, ensure that keys are easily accessible to facilitate a speedy escape.

How do you practice fire prevention and safety at home? Tell us in the comments!

In the event of a bush/forest fire, please contact:
🔹Fire Services at 990,
🔹Forestry Division at 622-3217 / 662-5775 / 643-9595 / 657-7256
🔹ODPM at 640-1285 / 640-8905

#FireSafety
#FirePrevention
#DisasterPreparedness
#MORDLG
#LocalGovernment
#PuttingPeopleFirst

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31/12/2020

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31/12/2020

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What's Happening:- Current Affairs at the Ministry of National Security 31.12.2020

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25/12/2020

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21/12/2020
Not Our Kids: Child Sexual Abuse Prevention

Let's work together to keep our children safe.

Protecting your child from sexual abuse may seem difficult and scary. But the more you know about how abusers manipulate children and their families and abou...

Ministry of National Security Trinidad & Tobago
21/12/2020

Ministry of National Security Trinidad & Tobago

Port of Spain: Today, Monday December 21, 2020 the Minister of National Security the Honourable Stuart R. Young M.P. officially launched the “No Child Left Behind” programme at a ceremony held at the Ministry of National Security, Port of Spain.

This programme emanates from the Office of Law Enforcement Policy’s (OLEP) Morvant Laventille Initiative (MLI), which was created to improve the quality of life of communities in the East Port of Spain district, through the effective delivery of policing and other public services and programmes.

The “No Child Left Behind” programme was established to ensure that children in need from these communities are provided with the necessary equipment to access virtual learning during this challenging time brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic. OLEP through the MLI, partnered with the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Hearts and Minds Programme, to identify students in the East Port of Spain area, from primary to tertiary level who are at risk of being ‘left behind’ in their quest for education.

Speaking at the official launch of the programme, Minister Young took the opportunity to thank OLEP and the Hearts and Minds Programme for collaborating on such a noble initiative. Minister Young stated, “Due to the changes in the school learning process caused by the COVID-19 pandemic over the past several months, some of our children lack devices to access virtual learning. The “No Child Left Behind” programme is an excellent initiative designed to help children who may need support.”

During the ceremony, Minister Young also accepted seventeen (17) new devices donated by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Credit Union to the “No Child Left Behind” programme. Members of the IATF Hearts and Minds Programme, who are in charge of distributing the devices, were also present to receive them on behalf of the schools and communities in East Port of Spain.

To date the programme has received two hundred and twenty-five (225) devices, which will be donated to twenty-one (21) schools and communities over the Christmas period. This first phase targets students preparing for the SEA, CXC and CAPE examination in 2021.

Also in attendance were Ms. Gale Charles, Director, Office of Law Enforcement Policy (OLEP), Ministry of National Security; Mr. Oswain Subero, Superintendent of Police, Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Hearts and Minds Programme, Trinidad and Tobago Police Service; Mr. Allan Meiguel, Deputy Director, Office of Law Enforcement Policy (OLEP); and Officers attached to the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Hearts and Minds Programme.

Eye on Dependency
20/12/2020

Eye on Dependency

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My name is Adana and I support crime prevention
Crime Prevention is a shared Responsibility - We CANNOT do it Alone but We CAN do it TOGETHER!
Crime Prevention is a shared Responsibility - We CANNOT do it Alone but We CAN do it TOGETHER!
Crime Prevention is a shared Responsibility - We CANNOT do it Alone but We CAN do it TOGETHER!
I am reiterating my call for a National Security Neighborhood Watch Program
To whom it may concern it is in my greatest regrets to let you know sir and madam battle company that make products for call senomyx is making things Grace Kennedy Campbell's food I think it's craft the company that made some food guy putting particles from DDD baby and human waste if the Chinese Pagan ritual thing they're putting it in Pepsi Godzilla Minute Maid a kind of water do remember the name Nestle's using it to the people of this country is going to be sick and doctor can't find what's wrong I can let you have the video to ascertain it for yourself
customs & Excise Went to collect a package yesterday around by the old air port in Piarco, opened the box took out the contents and waited for the officer to inspect she came over and first thing out her mouth was "where the bottle of honey you took out the box" I said right here and showed her, she replied"you not allowed to import honey into the country" I asked, since when? she replied "since 1948" (sounding like she just made a big bust on a crime ring of illegally imported honey) now the thing is, this is not the first time I cleared a big bottle of honey I usually declear my stuff at shead 10 in pos with no issues honey and all, I still have honey from my last clearance . my five part question is (1) why was it illegal to import Honey back in 1948 (2) why is it still illegal to import Honey today? (3) why do I see forign brands of honey on our grocery shelves? (4) What happens to items that have been confiscated? (5) when items are confiscated why aren't they destroyed in the presence of the owner instead of being wisked off into a office with a heavily tinted glass never to be seen again? When I hear someone inforce a law from the times of British rule its upsetting because we flamboyantly express our 50plus years of independence but this shows that we are not, we are still under British rule by law.So now I'm going to do my part in the fight against crime by posting pictures and names of any grocery I go in and find imported honey to this page as well as the ministry of national security page, together we would rid this "independent" nation of illegal honey
$4000 and up for a security system. I know that is the price they're at, But not everyone can afford this, some people not even making this for the month. And if they are and they bought it, then they can't pay bills nor buy food, or pay transport. The gov't // ministry of national security should give out Free surveillance system to Ppl whose income is less than $3000 or $4000 per month. To make TNT a bit safer and catch criminals. 🙋👍👍
Good morning. A hard working teacher's car was stolen in Corinth San Fernando. This picture shows the car on the highway north bound. I hope the Minister can also call my friend. Education is the key to solving the scourge of crime. This list is not exhaustive but trade schools, upgrade and maintenance of existing schools and proper monitoring of teachers are just some of the ..... that can be used as a panacea to curb and minimize crime.
I understand that you and Sherry are on the same team..Congratulations.. All the best.