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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of
Duties consist of:
• Functions involving close interaction with foreign Visitors and fellow
Citizens who are departing and arriving on flights
• Physical and Electronic Screening of Passengers, Travel documents,
Baggage and Cargo
• Controlling and monitoring access to restricted areas including Aircrafts
• Intercepting of prohibited items and substances
• Report Writing and Investigations
Terms consist of:
• Shift work system -- Early Mornings, Evening to Night and Overnight
• Minimum of two days off per week
• Attendance incentives monthly as well as an annual attendance and
NOTE WELL THAT THE FOLLOWING IS APPLICABLE TO THE ABOVE POSITION
• Applicants must be between the ages of 25 - 40 years
• Must have3-5CXC/GCEO'Levels
• 2 -3 years Security Experience would be an asset
• Own vehicle would be an asset
Applications must be submitted with a Curriculum Vitae by November
4th , 2014 to:
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San Fernando Magistrate
Margaret Alert sentenced a man
to two months imprisonment
for indecent exposure yesterday,
saying it was "a bit disturbing"
that that was the maximum
She made the comment as she
sentenced Marabella resident Felix
McMillan, who exposed himself
while travelling in a taxi in which
a policewoman was also a pas-
Describing his actions as "very
disgusting," she said the penalty
should be "more like 20 years."
McMillan, the 56-year-old
father of three daughters, pleaded
guilty to the charge that at Gulf
View Link Road, La Romaine, a
public place, he wilfully and
obscenely exposed his person.
Police prosecutor Sgt Veano
Ragoo said around 6.35 pm on Fri-
day WPC Keisha Cruickshank was
travelling in a taxi.
When it reached near Gulf City
Mall, he said, Cruickshank saw
McMillan unzip his pants, expose
and touch himself.
When Cruickshank identified
herself and cautioned him, he said,
"I did not mean for it to happen."
McMillan, a sign painter, told
the magistrate he was intoxicated,
but she told him not to hide
She noted he had 13 previous
convictions, including one for a
similar offence in the Siparia Court
in 2006 and also a pending case
for grievous sexual assault.
McMillan claimed he was found
ot guilty on the latter charge.
The magistrate said, "It is clear
that the penalty outlined by the
law is insufficient for you to walk
on the straight and narrow path.
I am a bit disturbed that the max-
imum penalty for this offence is
two months, it should be more
like 20 years. It is very disgusting
for someone to take public trans-
port to find themselves subjected
to this type of behaviour."
Two months jail for taxi 'flasher'
President Anthony Carmona has
been asked to intervene in the dispute
involving the Highway Re-route
Movement (HRM) and the controver-
sial Debe to Mon Desir portion of the
Solomon Hochoy Highway.
Several members of the Project 40
movement, a group that supports the
HRM, delivered letters to Carmona,
Anglican Bishop Claude Berkley and
RC Archbishop Joseph Harris yesterday.
The group gathered at Kublalsingh s
camp outside the Office of the Prime
Minister in St Clair around 9 am and
then delivered the letters on foot.
Only Harris accepted his letter in
person. A security guard at the Pres-
ident s office took the letter on behalf
of Carmona. Berkley s letter was accept-
ed by a member of his office staff.
A member of Project 40, Gerry
Williams, who described the brief con-
versation with Harris as a warm
encounter, added, "It was very short,
just about five minutes, because he
didn t get into details of the letter, as
he had just received it. We exchanged
On the contents of the letter,
Williams said it acknowledged Car-
mona s office and endorsed the call for
"As a concerned person in society I
have recognised things have gotten out
of hand with governance and it s up to
regular citizens like us to be more
responsible in society," Williams added.
Contacted yesterday, Harris said he
had glanced at the letter but had not
had a chance to read it in detail, as he
had to attend several meetings.
Berkley was also unable to respond
to the letter, as he too said he was
caught up in other matters. But he
promised to read it thoroughly as soon
Alyssa Rostant, who was the 15th
member of Project 40 to take part in
its "relay fast" yesterday, also reiterated
the call for good governance. Rostant,
who said she is a writer, said it was
also an opportunity for like-minded
people to speak out on matters affecting
Fr Clyde Harvey, who visited Kublals-
ingh s camp yesterday, declined to speak
to the media.
The Joint Consultative Council (JCC)
is expected to receive a report from the
National Infrastructure Development
Company (Nidco) on how the state
agency has considered the Armstrong
report and what recommendations have
been implemented thus far.
Project 40 seeks
President's help in
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Most outstanding debater in the 12th National Youth Parliamentary Debate Xavier Richardson, centre,
with youth representative for prime minister and MP for Toco, Precious Blackwell, left, and Alyssa
Garcia, youth opposition leader and MP for Tabaquite during the 12th National Youth Parliamentary
Debate at Parliament Chamber, Tower D, Port-of -Spain yesterday. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
Leader of the HRM Dr Wayne
Kublalsingh, when contacted said
it was fantastic to see young
people challenging the
Government to do the right thing.
Kublalsingh completed day 41 of
his second hunger strike
"It is not only to do the right
thing, but also to justify their
actions and to account, and these
young intelligent people are
unafraid to lobby the highest
public offices in the land, and I
commend them enormously.
"We are calling once more on
the Government to mediate, as
this is the only way forward,"
On his health, he said his body
was getting weaker daily and was
trying its best to survive.
"But my body can only go so far
and I don't know if it will hold out
until the end of the week. I am
taking it day by day and going
forward," Kublalsingh added.
HRM LEADER WEAK
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