Gary at the oval

Once the door is officially closed on migrant registration in T&T, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service will be enforcing the law as it relates to those who have entered the country illegally or overstayed their time.

The reiteration came from Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith who said that he's also ready to begin the background checks associated with the registration process, in an effort to clamp down on criminal elements who may have attempted to register.

The Commissioner was speaking outside the Queens Park Oval on the final day of migrant registration.

His full interview here:

CoP at the Oval from CCN TV6 on Vimeo.

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