Firearms galore for ex-TTPS manager
THE Stanley John Report detailed the remarkable successful receipt of a multiplicity of firearms by a former manager at the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.
'The following details reflect Mr (name called) portfolio in relation to firearms:
On 28/02/13, he acquired his FUL for one firearm, namely a Glock 19.
He obtained a variation for 25 additional rounds in 2014.
On 4/05/17, an application was approved for him to acquire a target pistol.
On 19/12/17, he made an application for a variation for the target pistol as the previous one was said to be defective.
On 29/01/10, he made an application for a variation to acquire a 12-gauge shotgun.
On 8/12/10, he made an ap plication for a variation to acquire a firearm for personal protection.
On 14/02/19, he made an application for a variation to purchase one Glock pistol, and the approval was granted for both the Glock 26 pistol and the 12-gauge shotgun on 18/02/19.
On 11/11/19, he made an application to purchase another firearm for the purpose of changing the Glock 26 to a bigger firearm.
On 14/11/19, he was granted approval for an additional firearm, as well as a replacement for the Glock 26 firearm.
On 02/04/20, he made an ap plication for a variation to acquire a pistol for personal protection and, on the same day, he also applied for a .22 rifle, as well as a shotgun.
On 20/04/20, he made an ap plication to obtain a Glock 17 and a carbine pistol.
On 27/04/20, he obtained ap proval for five additional firearms, namely three pistols, one shotgun and one .22 rifle.
He later got a disposal cer -
tificate for one shotgun and one Glock 17 pistol.
On 04/07/20, he made an ap plication to vary his licence to get one 12-gauge shotgun and three pistols, and he received approval on 06/07/20.
On 07/09/20, he received a disposal certificate for one pistol.
On 17/11/20, he made an ap plication for variation for one carbine pistol, one rifle and five pistols.
On 27/11/20, he obtained a variation to acquire five 9 mm pistols, one .45 carbine pistol, one rifle and 250 rounds of ammunition for each firearm.
Based on a forensic count con ducted on 22/02/21, he owned 11 firearms at the time.
(Since then), on 08/06/21, he made an application for a variation for a rifle, 5.56 ammunition and a pistol. Approval was given for him to obtain the firearms, along with 300 rounds of ammunition for each firearm.
On 02/07/21, he received ap proval to acquire three firearms for personal protection, together with 200 rounds per firearm.
On 05/08/20, he received ap proval to conduct weapon training courses.'