Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago To insure security presence in communities
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Operating as usual

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24/12/2016

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Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago's cover photo
27/05/2015

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago's cover photo

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago
27/05/2015

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago

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27/05/2015

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Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago
27/05/2015

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago

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27/05/2015

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15/04/2015

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always there in a time of need
03/04/2015

always there in a time of need

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30/03/2015

Photos from Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago's post

28/03/2015

Patrolling

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24/03/2015

Photos from Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago's post

24/03/2015

Patrolling

On the beat never looked this good
03/02/2015

On the beat never looked this good

A helping hand
25/01/2015

A helping hand

20/01/2015

Patrolling

19/01/2015

Patrolling

Going the extra mile
19/01/2015

Going the extra mile

18/01/2015

patrolling

18/01/2015

Patrolling

14/01/2015

Arima

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago
12/01/2015

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago

11/01/2015

Please be advised that a new security initiative has been launched by the Ministry of National Security aimed at keeping communities safe and giving members of those communities a measure of comfort.

The Community Comfort Patrol Programme, which has been launched by the Director of the Office of Law Enforcement Policy (OLEP) and Vice Chairman of the Private Security Network Commission, Mr. Keith Renaud, is aimed at bringing “protective comfort” to the residents of the pilot project areas of Diego Martin, Carenage, Petit Valley, Valsayn, St. Augustine, Trincity and D’abadie.

These patrols are now visible in the designated areas and feature civilian type sedans bearing the “Community Comfort Patrol” logo on the sides of the vehicles

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago
09/01/2015

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago

09/01/2015

Please feel free to ask questions about this program. I would try my best to give accurate answers

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago's cover photo
07/01/2015

Community Comfort Patrol Trinidad and Tobago's cover photo

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07/01/2015

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