This is one of the letters which I have written to
Prime Minister Rowley over the past 5 years.
Dear Dr. Rowley
Congratulations on your 38th Month as Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
I sincerely congratulate you on the appointment of a Commissioner of Police however the goodwill generated by this appointment is being quickly eroded and I wish to make the following unsolicited recommendations.
- That the Commissioner of Police take a less combative style when communicating with citizens.
- That the Commissioner refrain from denigrating his predecessor because the knock on effect is that he is critiquing his own office.
- That there should be a greater focus on traffic management so that we operate in a less chaotic context. (Reference the broken window syndrome)
- That the Commissioner should reduce the focus on himself and place it more on the team of trained police who support him
I sincerely hope that you will consider these suggestions.
Dennise Demming (Mrs.)
MBA, BSc., Cert-Mass