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Trinidad & Tobago: Crime Watch

“Like any other country, we have a well-laid out and codified set of laws for the populace to follow. Of what good is our law however, when particularly in relation to serious and violent crime, we appear to have little success of apprehending and convicting those who break it?”: Trinbago Forever blogs about the country's crime situation.

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  • nadine

    I am afraid for my family living in Trinidad the government needs to enforce laws and regulation for the crime situation even the death penalty for murderers

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