The Trinidad & Tobago Defence Force (TTDF)

On February 15, 2013, the Electoral College of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago elected Mr. Justice Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona S.C., as the Fifth President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. In 2002, he was conferred the status of Senior Counsel.  In 2004, he was appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court of Trinidad and Tobago and subsequently, a Judge of the International Criminal Court.

Anthony Carmona is the eldest of six (6) children to parents Dennis Stephen and Barbara Carmona.  He was born on March 7, 1953, in Fyzabad, Trinidad and Tobago. He attended the Santa Flora Government Primary School and went on to Presentation College, San Fernando, where he received his secondary school education.

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The Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (Regiment, Coast Guard and Air Guard)

The Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force was established in 1962 under the Defence Force Act 14:01 and was given the following responsibilities:

1. To defend the sovereign good of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
2. To cooperate with and assist the civil power in maintaining law and order
3. To assist the civil authorities in times of crisis or disaster
4. To perform ceremonial functions on behalf of the State
5. To provide Search and Rescue services in keeping with national requirements and under international agreements to:
  - assist in the prevention of trafficking of narcotics and other illegal goods
  - monitor the safety of shipping in national waters
  - assist in the development of the national community
The Defence Force operates from:
  Defence Headquarters
Airways Road, Chaguaramas
Telephone:634-4013, 625-7502

The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service is an arm of the Criminal Justice System, of the Ministry of National Security. 

Our Mission

To protect society and; reduce crime through the reduction in re-offending by facilitating the opportunities for the rehabilitation of offenders, while maintaining control under safe, secure and humane conditions.

 Our Vision

To be a more efficient and effective Prison Service committed to protecting society, adhering to the dictates of the court and reduce re-offending.


 Strategic Objectives

1. Protect – To protect the public

2. Correct – Improve educational, work and social life skills of offenders

3. Relate – Improve community relations

4. Reintegrate – Promote law-abiding behaviour in custody and after release

5. Restore – To reduce crime by addressing offending behaviour


TT Prison Service HEAD OFFICE

Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service
10-14 Phillip Street
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 
(868) 623 7070



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