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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Under Deed of Mortgage Registered as No. 200801437570D001 on 13th
June 2008. Memorandum of Mortgage registered on 13th June 2008 in
Vol.4799 Folio 403
The Piece of Land situated in the ward of Santa Cruz in the island of
Trinidad comprising Nine Acres and Thirty Three Perches, described in the
Crown Grant in Volume 23 Folio 529 and also described in the Certificate
of Title in Volume 535 Folio 607 and which said piece or parcel of land is
now described in Certificate of Title Volume 4799 Folio 403.
1. The Property is being sold "as is" without any responsibility of the
vendor to provide statutory approvals; surveying data or warranty on its
suitability for use for any purpose.
2. The parcel is being sold subject to existing tenancies or encroachments
how ever formed.
Phone Nos: 225-1111, 225-1101
Bank of Baroda (T&T) Ltd.
Furness House #90 Independence Square, Port of Spain
Wednesday July 10, 2013
The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest bid or any offer.
The property will be sold subject to all rates, taxes and other outgoings that
may be due at the time of the sale. For site visit, interested persons may con-
tact at Enquiry Numbers.
NOTICE OF MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the 51st Annual General Meeting of the
Teachers Credit Union
Co-operative Society Limited , will be held at the Centre of Excellence,
Macoya Road, Macoya on Saturday 29h June, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. to
transact the following business:-
1. To receive and consider the accounts for the year ended March 31st, 2013.
2. To receive the reports of the Board of Directors, Credit and Supervisory
Committees for the period April 1st 2012 to March 31st 2013.
3. To approve the dividend to be paid to members for the year ended March
4. To elect members to the Board of Directors, Credit and Supervisory
5. To approve resolutions and to select an Auditor for the year ending March
6. To transact any other business which may be properly transacted at an
Annual General Meeting.
1. Registration closes at 10:30 a.m.
2. Only members in good standing are allowed.
3. No children are allowed.
4. A VALID FORM OF ID IS REQUIRED.
(Driver's Permit, National ID, Passport).
By Order of:
the Board of Directors
EULYN DOVE -- Secretary
BEACH FRONT LOT
MAN O WAR BAY
In its partnership with Canada,
T&T is aiming to improve its
restorative justice system to
strengthen security systems and
examining ways of upgrading the
country s prisons.
Making the statement yesterday
was Justice Minister Christlyn
Moore who was speaking at the
signing of a memorandum of
understanding (MOU) between the
Canadian Correctional Service and
the T&T Prisons Service at her
ministry at the Waterfront Com-
The use of dogs capable of sniff-
ing out illegal cellphones in the
prisons was also discussed. Also
present were Prisons Commissioner
Martin Martinez and Don Head,
Commissioner of the Correctional
Service of Canada.
Head and other prisons officials
were expected to visit the Tobago
prison yesterday afternoon.
Moore said the MOU was signed
last year but yesterday s briefing
represented another phase.
"Our goals are varied and not all
touch on the concern of restorative
justice but with regard to restorative
justice we were interested in the
Canadian model and how that was
being implemented in Canada,"
Data collection was another crit-
ical element as that was needed to
shape future policies, she said.
"A question that is often asked
is what is the cost of keeping a pris-
oner but we don t collect data in
a way that allows to very easily
answer that question.
"We collect data in silos. We col-
lect data that doesn t adequately
inform policy makers and the pub-
lic," Moore added.
Saying a proper system of data
collection was needed more than
ever, especially in the face of public
accountability, Moore said access
to data and the availability of data
"One of our critical matters is to
develop a proper data collection, a
proper performance measure that
will allow us to account to the public
what is going on in the prisons,
how the resources are spent and
allocated," Moore added.
She said the ledgers used in the
prisons to enter information on
prisoners and visitors were outdat-
ed. On the problem of inmates hav-
ing access to cellphones Moore said
,via talks with Canada, the Gov-
ernment was exploring other meth-
ods which could also be imple-
"Some of the solutions in the
prisons can be brought about by
architectural changes. Some are
minor and some are major. I don t
know if you can expect a new prison
next year," Moore added.
Martinez, who described talks
with Canada as fruitful, said the
challenges experienced by T&T
were similar to those faced by
"We discussed the need for train-
ing, the issue of a proper offend-
er-management system, we spoke
of the cellphone challenge."
He said Canadian authorities
used dogs which could identify cell-
phones in the prisons, and that
was also discussed. Despite T&T s
small size, Head said, there was
much Canada could learn from
He said it was important to note
that countries must work in part-
nership to overcome challenges.
T&T, Canada join forces to
upgrade prison security
Prisons Commissioner Martin Martinez, right, speaks with Minister of
Justice Christlyn Moore and Commissioner, Correctional Service of
Canada Don Head at a press conference following biennial meeting
between both countries where they discussed the implementation of
programmes to prevent, combat and eradicate drugs and the use of
cellular phones in prisons. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
During a UNC Monday Night
Forum in Gasparillo on May 6,
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-
Bissessar said prisoners were using
cellphones to order murders and
other criminal acts. This had been
confirmed by the National Security
Council after a probe into the claim,
which was first made by former
national security minister Martin
Joseph almost five years ago. She
said there were plans to implement
mobile-phone signal jammers
which could trace the phones and
block calls and text messages from
inside prisons. The measure was
welcomed by Martinez but has not
yet taken place.
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