KEY

C&E: Customs and Excise Division

HON: Honourary Member

ID: Immigration Division

IDC: Immigration Detention Centre

PATT: Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago

PLS: Praedial Larceny Squad

PPU: Parliamentary Police Unit

SRP: Special Reserve Police

TPU: Transit Police Unit

TTPS: Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

TTPrS: Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service

​MPS: Municiple Police Services

SP: Supplemental Police

​EPU: Environmental Police Unit

KERNI-ANNE EDWARDS

Member since 2012

PORT AUTHORITY OF TRINIDAD & TOBAGO WOMAN ESTATE CONSTABLE

(assigned to the Tobago Unit)

Other Skills: Cooking, Hairdressing

LATIFA EDOO-JUMAN

Member since 2010

CUSTOMS & EXCISE DIVISION

CUSTOMS & EXCISE OFFICER II

(assigned to the Preventive Branch)

Other Skills: Risk Mgt, Interior Decorating


1) Paul HUTCHINSON, TTPS
2) Rondon Thomas, TTPrS
3) Nicole ALMARALES, TTPS
4) Caryl CYRUS, TTPS
5) Richard LALCHAN, TTPrS
6) Anand RAMESAR, TTPS
7) Lorine JOEFIELD, TTPS


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EVETTE ROBINSON
Associate Member since 2011

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO POLICE SERVICE WOMAN POLICE CONSTABLE

(assigned to the Police Academy)

Other Skills: Drill Instructor

CYNTHIA BRONTE-TINKEW

Member since 2009

IMMIGRATION DETENTION CENTRE WOMAN DETENTION OFFICER II

(assigned to the Special Operations Team) Other Skills: Cooking, Interior Decorating

Member Profiles

INTERNATIONAL POLICE ASSOCIATION


(United States Section)


Trinidad and Tobago Foreign Associate Region 101

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS

BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE IPA 

Membership in the International Police Association is open to serving and retired police officers. Each member country is permitted to apply its own criteria for membership as to who can or cannot be regarded as a police officer for the purpose of membership. Generally, a police/law enforcement officer is defined as an employee of a governmental agency with a formal commission authorized by law to engage in or supervise the prevention, detection, investigation, or prosecution of, or the incarceration of any person for, any violation of law.

Members can take advantage of numerous benefits including world contacts and travel, quarterly magazines, scholarships, networking with over 400,000 professional police friends in over sixty-one (61) countries, and collecting police memorabilia.

Membership fees are for a calendar year and membership expires on Dec 31 of each year.  Joining between January and September provides membership for the remainder of the year.   Joining betwwen October and December provides 90 days grace with membership for the remainder of the current calendar year and the following calendar year.

An annual membership fee of $30.00 USD buys you the world so COME JOIN US… You’ll receive a photo membership card as proof of membership.  You’ll need to submit the following to start the process:

  • Completed membership form endorsed by an existing member
  • Membership fee.
  • Copy of official law enforcement photo identification card
  • Copy of National Identification Card or Driver’s Permit
  • A passport sized photo on white background