Monsignor Christian Pereira warns cops : Resist evil of corruption

Monsignor Christian Pereira warns cops : Resist evil of corruption

Monsignor Christian Pereira warns cops : Resist evil of corruption

CITIZENS are distressed with the lawlessness and corruption taking place all across this country and different strategies have been tried and tested to address the situation, but sometimes criminal activities are festering within the very organisations responsible for fixing those problem.
This is the view of Monsignor Christian Pereira, who addressed attendees at yesterday’s annual interfaith service and street parade at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Independence Square, Port of Spain.
At the service, which was themed “The Dawn of a New Hope”, prayers were read by representatives from various religious bodies for the protection and well-being of the officers as they continue to serve citizens of Trinidad and Tobago and battle the country’s crime situation in the coming year.
And even though the role and function of the Police Service is to investigate, arrest and charge those responsible for committing criminal activities, Pereira asked the question of “who will guard the guards” before going on to suggest that some of those same officers may be involved in corruption and other illegal activities.

 

Monsignor Christian Pereira warns cops : Resist evil of corruption
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