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M I N I S T RY O F N AT I O N A L S E C U R I T Y

Volume 14, Issue 8

June 21, 2013

MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY SPORTS The Ministry of National Security Sports and Family Day brought all the Divisions together for a day of fun in the sun. The Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service was the overall winner of the games. Below are the final scores inclusive of preevents and the actual Sports Day. To see all the photos from the Sports Day, please like our Facebook page. Fire SYSP Prisons 118 97 46 Police 109 Defence Force 89 Cadets/ODPM 23 Immigration 1
On the left, Ag Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security, Dr Wendy Quamina-Yorke is flanked by representatives of the Fire and Police Services as they collect their 1st and 2nd place trophies. On the right, Nicole Kistow of SYSP receives the 3rd place trophy from Dr Quamina-Yorke.

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AIR GUARD BBQ AND SMALL GOAL FOOTBALL COMPETITION It’s that time of year again! The Trinidad and Tobago Air Guard will be hosting its 7th Annual Bar-B-Que and Small Goal Football Competition on July 13, 2013 at the Ulric Cross Air Station, North Bank Road, Piarco, from 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. All meat options for the Bar-B- Que (chicken, pork and fish) will be priced at $35.00. Teams wishing to participate in the football competition are to

March Past 2013 winners, Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service.

Robert Burton of the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service and Florence Bernard of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service celebrate after winning 2nd and 1st place respectively in the musical chairs event.

contact Pilot Officer Marlon St Lois at 461– 9569. Registration closes on July 12, 2013. There will be a registration fee of $600.00 per team and teams are to comprise six (6) players. Cash prizes are up for grabs.

A child has her face painted at the children’s play area at the Sports.

This is a production of the Ministry of National Security’s Corporate Communications Unit. If you wish to submit information to appear in this Newsletter, please email your information to Ms. Marcia Hope at mhope@mns.gov.tt or Keisha Alleyne-St Bernard at kalleyne-st.bernard@mns.gov.tt

M I N I S T RY O F N AT I O N A L S E C U R I T Y

Volume 14, Issue 8

June 21, 2013

NSTA GRADUATION

The Treasure Hunt and 7K Run, Walk or Crawl are initiatives undertaken by the National Drug Council (NDC) as they work toward the eradication of illegal drugs in Trinidad and Tobago. For further details, please contact Simone Bascombe at 623– 2441 ext. 13145 or 13148.

Eighteen (18) Crime Scene Investigators will be graduating from the Ministry of National Security, National Training Academy (NSTA) today! The ceremony takes place today, Friday 21 st June, 2013 at the Specialist Crime Academy, Camp Cumuto, Wallerfield at 2.00p.m. The Minister of National Security, Senator the Honourable Emmanuel George will deliver the feature address at the graduation ceremony. Also present will be Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Kenrick Maharaj, Commissioner of Police, Mr. Stephen Williams and guest speaker from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Mrs. Joan Honore -Paul.

NDC TREASURE HUNT

ENERGY SECTOR SECURITY INITIATIVE
The Ministry of National Security established the Energy Sector Security Initiative (ESSI) with the aim of providing adequate security for our Critical Energy Infrastructures. On Friday 14th June, 2013 Lieutenant Colonel Darnley Wyke, the Military Liaison Officer and Chairman of the ESSI Operations Committee, hosted the Energy Sector Security Initiative (ESSI) Critical Infrastructure and Response Workshop.

Lieutenant Commander Sheldon Edghill demonstrates a point to Lieutenant Colonel Darnley Wyke during the ESSI Workshop

This is a production of the Ministry of National Security’s Corporate Communications Unit. If you wish to submit information to appear in this Newsletter, please email your information to Ms. Marcia Hope at mhope@mns.gov.tt or Keisha Alleyne-St Bernard at kalleyne-st.bernard@mns.gov.tt