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Cops will arrest fighting schoolchildren
Thursday, March 20 2014
The police will have no other choice but to arrest students involved in school fights and bring them before the court, if proactive measures in the matter fail, Inspector Wayne Mystar of the Police Service Public Affairs Unit said yesterday.
Mystar was referring to a fight among female students outside Mucurapo West Secondary School, St James last Friday, at the weekly press briefing at Police Administration Building, corner of Edward and Sackville streets, Port-of-Spain. He said the Police Service had zero tolerance for school violence and when dealing with it, they have a hard and soft approach. Arresting students was the hard approach while the soft was using the Police Service’s anti-bullying campaign which is currently taking place in schools in Port-of-Spain. He said there are police liaison officers who will go to the school and arrange lectures and members of the Victim and Witness Support Unit provide mediation.
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