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Head 22: Ministry of National

Security

A SUMMARY OF THE MINISTRY’S EXPENDITURE, DIVISIONS AND PROJECTS

FINANCIAL SCRUTINY UNIT OF THE PARLIAMENT OF TRININDAD AND TOBAGO


Contents

Department Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4

2016-2017 Estimates of Recurrent Expenditure ....................................................................................................................................................... 7

Staff and Pay ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9

2016-2017 Estimates of Expenditure ....................................................................................................................................................................... 10

Head 22 – Ministry of National Security ................................................................................................................................................................ 10

Developments for the Financial Year 2015-2016 ................................................................................................................................................... 18

New Developments for the Financial Year 2016-2017 .......................................................................................................................................... 20

Major Programmes and Projects .............................................................................................................................................................................. 21

Development Programmes ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 23

Ministry of National Security Committees ............................................................................................................................................................ 26

State Enterprises, Statutory Boards and Other Bodies ......................................................................................................................................... 27

KEY ISSUES RAISED BY THE AUDITOR GENERAL ......................................................................................................................................... 29

For the financial year ended September 30, 2015 .................................................................................................................................................. 29

Similar Ministries in other Jurisdictions ................................................................................................................................................................. 31

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About this Guide

This guide provides a summary of expenditure for the Ministry of National Security for the period 2011-2017. It provides the Members

of Parliament and their stakeholders with an overview of the Ministry’s responsibilities. The primary purpose of this guide is to

consolidate all of the information contained within the various Budget Documents pertaining to the Ministry of National Security. This

guide is based primarily on the Draft Estimates of Recurrent Expenditure, the Estimates of Development Programme, and the Auditor

General’s report on the Public Accounts of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for the fiscal year 2015.

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Head 22: Ministry of National Security

Ministry Overview

The Ministry of National Security is comprised of seven (7) Divisions:








General Administration;

Immigration Division;

The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management;

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service;

Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service;

Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force; and

Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force.

The Divisions work together to uphold the mission, vision and principles of the Ministry; while ensuring that the objectives and

functions of the agency are maintained. The Ministry of National Security is committed to achieving the following values:

Preparedness, Integrity, Trust, Equity, Commitment, Mutual Support, Transparency, Responsiveness, Confidentiality, Efficiency and

Professionalism; values which are considered an intricate part of the formation and development of national security policy.

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MISSION

To create an environment which ensures public safety and security through the maintenance of law and order and the commitment

of all available resources to the protection of life and property. 1

VISION

The Vision of the Ministry of National Security influences the culture and character of the Organisation. 2

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

The Ministry of National Security is assigned the following areas of responsibility among others as published in the Trinidad and

Tobago Gazette: 3


Airspace and Territorial Waters


Drug Enforcement/Interdiction


Cadet Force


Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering


Citizenship


Global Security Issues


Defence Force–Regiment, Coast Guard, Air Guard


Supplemental Police

and Defence Force Reserves


Immigration

1

Ministry of National Security website, accessed on October 7, 2016. http://www.nationalsecurity.gov.tt/About/Our-Mission-Philosophy-and-Objectives

2

Ministry of National Security website, accessed on October 7, 2016. http://www.nationalsecurity.gov.tt/About/Our-Mission-Philosophy-and-Objectives

3

Trinidad and Tobago gazette, pg. 1105, accessed on August 07 th , 2016: http://www.news.gov.tt/archive/E-Gazette/Gazette%202015/Gazette/Gazette%20No.%2097.pdf

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Intelligence


Public Order Safety and Law Enforcement


Internal Security

o –Police Service


Management of Illegal Immigrants and Deportees

o –Fire Service


National Emergency/Disaster Management

o –Prison Service


Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management

o –Lifeguard Services

(ODPM)


Security of Government Officials and Premises


Probation Services


Work Permit

Minister: The Honourable Major General (Ret’d) Edmund Dillon, MP

Permanent Secretary (Ag.) (Accounting Officer): Ms. Lydia Jacobs

Permanent Secretary: Mr. Vel Lewis

To see a list of Committees and Statutory Bodies falling under the purview of the Ministry of National Security please

refer to Appendix 1.

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2016-2017 Estimates of Recurrent Expenditure

The budget allocation for the Ministry of National Security is comprised of:

The Draft Estimates of Recurrent Expenditure in the sum of $4,092,435,323.00;


The Draft Estimates of Development Programme – Consolidated Fund in the sum of $363,668,000.00; and

The Draft Estimates of Development Programme –Infrastructure Development Fund of the sum $207,240,000.00.

The Estimates of Recurrent Expenditure include:

01 Personnel Expenditure - $2,859,379,971.00;

02 Goods and Services - $830,809,232.00;


03 Minor Equipment Purchases $23,000,000.00; and

04 Current Transfers and Subsidies $379,246,120.00.

The Estimates of Development Programme are presented in two parts. Part ‘A’ represents the funds appropriated by Parliament and

disbursed directly from the Consolidated Fund and Part ‘B’ represents funds disbursed directly from the Infrastructure Development Fund.

The Ministry of National Security total allocation as a percentage of the total Recurrent Expenditure budget, the total Consolidated Fund

and Infrastructure Development Fund budget allocation were 7.6%, 14.7% and 7.9% respectively.

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Summary of Total Allocation for the Ministry of National Security

TT$363,668,000.00

TT$207,240,000.00

TT$4,092,435,323.00

Infrastruture Development Fund Recurrent Expenditure Consolidated Fund

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Staff and Pay

The allocation of staff expenditure for the fiscal year 2017 was $3,004,892,687.00 which represents an increase of approximately 10.52% from

the last fiscal year 2016. The following chart provides a breakdown of all expenditure related to staff from 2015-2017.

$8,000,000,000.00

$7,000,000,000.00

$6,000,000,000.00

$5,000,000,000.00

$4,000,000,000.00

$3,000,000,000.00

$2,000,000,000.00

$1,000,000,000.00

$-

Personnel

Expenditure

Uniforms

Ministry of National Security

Travelling and

Subsistence

Contract

Employment

Training

Short-Term

Employment

Employee

Aisstance

Programme

University

Graduate

Recruitment

Programme

2015 Actual $1,298,063,620 $23,058,274.00 $20,556,286.00 $38,035,389.00 $28,531,847.00 $2,531,736.00 $1,254,908.00 $- $1,412,032,060

2016 Revised Estimates $2,564,752,011 $32,851,400.00 $29,962,120.00 $59,212,500.00 $24,097,000.00 $6,367,000.00 $1,578,250.00 $- $2,718,820,281

2017 Estimates $2,859,379,971 $43,293,263.00 $33,664,375.00 $41,277,600.00 $21,664,178.00 $2,975,800.00 $1,637,500.00 $1,000,000.00 $3,004,892,687

Totals $6,722,195,602 $99,202,937.00 $84,182,781.00 $138,525,489.0 $74,293,025.00 $11,874,536.00 $4,470,658.00 $1,000,000.00 $7,135,745,028

Total

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2016-2017 Estimates of Expenditure

Head 22 – Ministry of National Security

* Salaries and Cost of

Living Allowance

*Gov't Contribution to

NIS - Direct Charges

* Gov't Contribution

to NIS and Group

Health Insurance

* Remuneration to

Members of Cabinet -

Appointed

* Remuneration to Board

Members

*Remuneration to Board

Members - Direct Charges

Sub-Head O1

Personal

Expenditure

$2,859,379,971

* Salaries - Direct

Charges

* Wages and Cost of

Living Allowance

* Allowances -

Direct Charges

* Allowances -

Monthly Paid

Officers

Sub-Head 02

Goods and

Services

$830,809,232

Sub-Head 03

Sub-Head 04

Current

Transfer &

Subsidies

$23,000,000

*Overtime - Daily Rated Workers

*Overtime - Monthly Paid Officers

*Vacant Post

*Settlement of Arrears to Public

Officers

* Allowances - Daily

Rated Workers

Minor Equipment

Purchases

$379,246,120


Note

$4,456,103,323 For Head 22 – Ministry of National Security is issued from the consolidate fund for meeting expenditure

for the service of Trinidad and Tobago for the financial year ending on the 30.09.2017.

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Thousands

Summary of Expenditure for the Period 2011 - 2017

4,500,000

4,000,000

3,500,000

3,000,000

2,500,000

2,000,000

1,500,000

1,000,000

500,000

0

Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Revised Estimates Estimates

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

01 Personnel Expenditure 1,321,330,416 1,425,073,764 1,538,425,195 1,276,739,904 1,298,063,620 2,564,752,011 2,859,379,971

02 Goods and Services 665,827,829 701,565,442 678,890,717 731,334,369 749,985,155 981,506,670 830,809,232

03 Minor Equipment Purchases 69,379,740 65,771,880 71,574,274 50,281,600 97,438,462 86,046,983 23,000,000

04 Current Transfers and Subsidies 361,705,891 166,539,831 299,461,860 334,745,811 370,221,412 406,550,290 379,246,120

Total 2,418,243,876 2,358,950,917 2,588,352,046 2,393,101,684 2,515,708,649 4,038,855,954 4,092,435,323

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Recurrent Expenditure - 2011

Recurrent Expenditure - 2012

15%

3%

3% 7%

01 Personnel Expenditure

02 Goods and Services

27%

55%

30%

60%

03 Minor Equipment

Purchases

04 Current Transfers and

Subsidies

01 Personnel Expenditure

02 Goods and Services

03 Minor Equipment Purchases

04 Current Transfers and Subsidies

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Recurrent Expenditure - 2013

Recurrent Expenditure - 2014

26%

3%

03 Minor

Equipment

Purchases

2%

04 Current

Transfers and

Subsidies

14%

59%

15%

12%

02 Goods and

Services

31%

01 Personnel

Expenditure

53%

01 Personnel Expenditure

02 Goods and Services

03 Minor Equipment Purchases

04 Current Transfers and Subsidies

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2015 - Recurrent Expenditure

2016 - Recurrent Expenditure

15%

03 Minor

Equipment

Purchases

2%

04 Current

Transfers and

Subsidies

10%

4%

01 Personnel Expenditure

02 Goods and Services

02 Goods and

Services

24%

01 Personnel

Expenditure

64%

51%

03 Minor Equipment Purchases

30%

04 Current Transfers and

Subsidies

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2017 - Recurrent Expenditure

03 Minor Equipment

Purchases

1%

04 Current Transfers and

Subsidies

9%

02 Goods and Services

20%

01 Personnel Expenditure

70%

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Analysis and Summary of Expenditures

Year Total Allocation 4 National Budget 5 Percentage of National

Budget

2011 $3,246,388,021 $58,025,963,057 5.6%

2012 $3,062,678,640 $59,402,159,722 5.2%

2013 $3,040,817,894 $64,320,728,236 4.7%

2014 $2,812,040,238 $69,825,729,627 4%

2015 $3,591,213,376 $65,551,084,430 5.5%

2016 $5,351,369,854 $57,274,282,164 9.3%

2017 $4,663,343,323 $59,200,398,031 7.9%

Recurrent Expenditure refers to the payments for expenses which are incurred during the day-to-day operations of the Ministry for

Personnel Expenditure, Goods and Services, Minor Equipment Purchases and Current Transfers and Subsidies. Recurrent Expenditure for

Fiscal Year 2016/2017 is $4,092,435,323.

4 The Total Allocation is the sum of the money appropriated to the Ministry of National Security (Recurrent Expenditure + Consolidated Fund + Infrastructure

Development Fund)

5 The National Budget is calculated by adding the totals for Recurrent Expenditure, Consolidated Fund and Infrastructure Development Fund.

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Recurrent Expenditure for Fiscal Year 2015/2016 was $ 4,038,855,854. Comparing this figure with Fiscal Year 2016/2017, there is an

increase of $53,579,369 or 1.3%.

The largest portion of the allocation has consistently gone to sub-head 01 Personnel Expenditure. This figure has been fluctuating

over the period 2011-2017, accounting for approximately 70% of total funding for the Ministry for fiscal year 2016/2017, receiving

$2,859,379,971 for the day to day operations of the Ministry.

Minor Equipment Purchases received the lowest portion of the total allocation for the Ministry over the period 2011 to 2017.

Goods and Services received the second largest portion of the allocation and has been fluctuating over the period 2011 – 2017.

Comparing 2015/2016 to 2016/2017, there was a decrease in the allocation by 15.4%.

The total allocation has been fluctuating over the seven (7) year period from a low of $2,358,950,917 in the fiscal year 2012 to a high

of $4,092,435,323 in fiscal year 2017.

Total allocation for the Ministry as a percentage of the National Budget illustrated a decrease in the allocation to the Ministry of

National Security by 1.4% between the period 2015/2016 and 2016/2017.

Total allocation for the Ministry of National Security as a percentage of GDP is 5.07%.

Based on the Budget Statement 2017, all assets, resources and personnel under the control of the State have been deployed to reduce

crime and to ensure a sense of security and safety prevails within the national community.

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Developments for the Financial Year 2015-2016

The table shows the projects were scheduled for implementation under the Ministry of National Security and the 2016 – 2017 allocations: 6

Project 2016 Estimate 2016 Revised

Estimate

2017 Estimate

Construction of Point Fortin Fire Station $0 $0 $11,000,000

Establishment of an Electronic Monitoring programme $4,000,000 $500,000 $4,000,000

Establishment of a DNA database $2,000,000 $500,000 $4,000,000

Upgrade of Automated Fingerprint Identification $5,000,000 $0 $2,000,000

Upgrade of Machine Readable Passport (MRP) to E-Passport $4,000,000 $100,000 $0

Institutional Strengthening of the Forensic Science Centre $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000

Construction of a New Sewer Plant for Prison for Prison Service $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000

Establishment of a Joint Border Protection Agency $3,000,000 $0 $500,000

6 Estimates of Development Programme 2017, accessed on October 3, 2016: http://www.finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Numbered-Draft-Estimates-

Development-Programme-2017.pdf

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Project 2016 Estimate 2016 Revised

Estimate

2017 Estimate

Development of a Disaster Risk Management Policy for Trinidad

and Tobago

$1,000,000 $0 $500,000

Upgrade and Expansion of the MYPART Programme $775,000 $0 $0

Establishment of an Offender Management Programme $500,000 $100,000 $500,000

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New Developments for the Financial Year 2016-2017

The following new projects have been identified for implementation in the 2017 financial year 7 :

Project -Item

2017 Estimate

Construction of Coastal Erosion Protection at Galeota $2,000,000

Establishment of a Flying Training Device Facility $3,000,000

Upgrade of Carrera Convict Prison: Installation of a direct Water Supply $1,500,000

Renewal of Machine Readable Passport (MRP) License $2,000,000

Upgrade of equipment in the Document Lab at Piarco International Airport $988,000

Upgrade of Plumbing and electrical systems at Remand Yard Prison – Golden Grove (IDF) $5,000,000

7 Estimates of Development Programme 2017, accessed on October 3, 2016: http://www.finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Numbered-Draft-

Estimates-Development-Programme-2017.pdf

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Major Programmes and Projects

Programmes

CITIZEN SECURITY PROGRAMME

The Citizen Security Programme (CSP) is an initiative of the Ministry of National Security its objective is to contribute to the reduction

in crime and violence in over one hundred (100) ‘high needs’ pilot communities between 2008-2014 throughout Trinidad and Tobago.

CSP has also expanded into all communities in East Port of Spain through the financing of preventative interventions addressing the

most proximal and modifiable risk factors. 8

MILITARY-LED ACADEMIC TRAINING PROGRAMME

The MiLAT Academy provides a Safe, Structured and Regulated environment within which the Cadets under our care receive positive

mentorship and reinforcement, academic instruction, certified training, and career guidance, and benefit from positive peer motivation,

friendship, and brotherhood. 9

CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS

The Trinidad and Tobago Civilian Conservation Corps is a nationwide programme, with Centres in eight (8) regions, and our operational

headquarters in Beetham Gardens, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 10

8 http://csp.gov.tt/About/What-We-Are-About

9 http://milat.sysptt.org/about.html

10 CCC website, accessed on October 7, 2016: http://ccc.sysptt.org/about.html

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OFFICE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT POLICY (OLEP)

In September 2007, the Government agreed to establishment of an Office of Law Enforcement Policy (OLEP) in the Ministry of National

Security to monitor the operations of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) in the context of the new governance structure for

the Service. 11

NATIONAL DRUG COUNCIL

The National Drug Council is mandated to monitor, evaluate and co-ordinate the implementation of the National Drug Master Plans.

This Plan addresses areas such as the protection of territorial borders from entry and exit of illegal drugs and the promotion of a

Coordinated approach towards drug interdiction. 12

HIV AND AIDS COORDINATION UNIT (HACU)

The HIV and AIDS Coordinating Unit of the Ministry of National Security is responsible for the implementation, management and

evaluation of HIV and AIDS awareness, education, prevention, care, treatment and support activities among the various Divisions of the

Ministry of National Security. The mission of the Unit is to mitigate the impact of HIV and AIDS, as well as, to eliminate discrimination. 13

11 Ministry of National Security, accessed on September 13, 2016: http://www.nationalsecurity.gov.tt/Programmes-Agencies/OLEP

12 Ministry of National Security, accessed on September 13, 2016: http://www.nationalsecurity.gov.tt/Programmes-Agencies/Programmes/National-Drug-Concil

13 Ministry of National Security, accessed on September 13, 2016: http://www.nationalsecurity.gov.tt/Programmes-Agencies/Programmes/HIV-AIDS-

Coordinating-Unit

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Development Programmes

The following table shows a list of the major programmes and projects under the Ministry of National Security. 14

Development

Programme

2017

PROJECTS

2015

Actual

2016

Revised

Estimate

2017

Estimate

005-06-004 Acquisition of four AW 139 Med. Twin-Turbine

Helicopters

176,167,159 235,240,000 62,459,000

005-06-008 Acquisition of Naval Assets 544,142,346 766,429,900 19,261,000

004-12-031 Acquisition of Close Circuit Television System 0 6,550,000 6,600,000

005-06-005 Acquisition of a Digital Public Safety Communication

System for the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

130,755,172 51,572,000 6,000,000

005-06-003 Acquisition of Fast Patrol Craft 1,742,571 0 0

004-02-165 Base Infrastructure for Camps at La Romain ( South),

Felicity and Forres Park

1,430,242 3,000,000 18,000,000

14 A complete list of the Development Projects, can be accessed on pgs. 56-64 and pgs. 278-281 in the Draft Estimates of Development Programme for the financial

year 2017. http://www.finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Numbered-Draft-Estimates-Development-Programme-2017.pdf

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Development

Programme

2017

PROJECTS

2015

Actual

2016

Revised

Estimate

2017

Estimate

005-06-032 Citizen Security Programme 25,513,285 28,000,000 25,000,000

005-06-015 Computerisation of National Security - Head Office 4,411,411 2,000,000 2,000,000

005-06-044 Computerisation of the Defence Force Reserves 296,849 327,500 1,600,000

005-06-025 Computerisation of Trinidad and Tobago Regiment 1,542,419 800,000 2,000,000

004-02-156 Construction of facilities at Tetron Bay 1,998,183 2,100,00 -

004-02-175 Improvement Works for Defence Force Reserves at

Granwood

1,056,550 3,900,000 2,500,000

004-02-015 Construction of Coast Guard Facilities at Galeota 866,270 2,000,000 1,000,000

004-02-165 Base Infrastructure for Camps at La Romain (South)

Facility and Forres Park

1,430,242 3,000,000 18,000,000

004-02-019 Purchase of Vessels for the Coast Guard - - 12,000,000

004-02-041 Establishment of an Interim Maintenance Facility at the

Chaguaramas Heliport

1,239,188 4,000,000 6,000,000

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Development

Programme

2017

PROJECTS

2015

Actual

2016

Revised

Estimate

2017

Estimate

004-02-042 Upgrade to Coast Guard Facilities at Hart’s Cut 1,745,809 900,000 2,000,000

004-02-048 Logistic Support for the Acquisition of Naval Assets 6,062,236 6,000,000 4,000,000

004-02-171 Relocation of Regiment Headquarters - - 2,000,000

004-02-028 Upgrade of Piarco Air Wing to Air Guard Base - 1,000,000 4,000,000

004-02-155 Improvement Works to Defence Force Headquarters 1,487,951 1,500,000 2,000,000

004-12-008 Improvement Works to Prisons Buildings - 5,000,000 4,000,000

004-12-156 Purchase of Vehicles and Equipment for the Fire Service - 900,000 22,000,000

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Ministry of National Security Committees

Committees under the Ministry of National Security assists the Ministry with exercising its functions and responsibilities and carrying

out specified duties.


Cadet Force Advisory Committee


Victims of Crime


National Emblems Committee

o Charter and Counselling


Protective Services Committee

o Compensation


Protective Services Compensation Committee

o Advisory committee on the power of pardon


o -Work Permits Advisory Committee

Forensic Services


(Mercy Committee)

Witness Protection Care and Support

o DNA services


Offender Management


Parole and Prisoner Management

o Rehabilitation

o Youth Re-offender Programme

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State Enterprises, Statutory Boards and Other Bodies

The list of Statutory Boards and Other Bodies under the purview of the Ministry of National Security the Trinidad and Tobago, as

stated in the Gazette are as follows:


Criminal Injuries Compensation Board


Strategic Services Agency


Defence Force Committee Board


Youth Training Centre Board of Management


Defense Commission Board


Defence Council


Firearms Appeal Board


National Operations Centre

Statutory Board and Other Bodies

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION BOARD

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CICB) was created with the mandate to adequately evaluate and provide compensation to

victims of crime and/or their dependents pursuant to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act 1999.

YOUTH TRAINING CENTRE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT

The YTC falls under the direction and control of the Commissioner of Prisons who is assisted by a Board of Management consisting of

the Inspector of Prisons as Chairman and five (5) other persons appointed by the Minister. The Board of Management plays a fundamental

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ole in the proper administration and operation of the YTC, and is also important in ensuring that the core objectives of the Institution,

as contemplated in the governing legislation, are met. 15

FIREARMS APPEAL BOARD

Firearms Appeal Board is established by section 22A of the Firearms Act Chap. 16:01 to hear and determine appeals from the decisions

of the Commissioner of Police. 16

15 Ministry of National Security, accessed on September 13, 2016: http://www.justice.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/New-Youth-Training-Centre-

Management-Board-Appointed.pdf

16 Legal Affairs, accessed on September 13, 2016: http://rgd.legalaffairs.gov.tt/laws2/alphabetical_list/lawspdfs/16.01.pdf

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KEY ISSUES RAISED BY THE AUDITOR GENERAL

For the financial year ended September 30, 2015 17

Development Programme

Contracts were not produced for the following projects:

Project

Reconstruction of a Reserve Water System

Upgrade of the Army Learning Centre

Refurbishment of Toilet Partitions and Hand Rails

Cost ($)TT

174,999.24

995,394.00

279,797.00

1,450,372.24

Inventory Control

Items of office furniture and equipment sampled costing $392,331.27 did not bear evidence of tagging as State property in accordance

with Financial Regulation (Stores) 55.

Internal Audit

Evidence of internal audit review was not seen on the accounting records examined. It was explained that the Internal Audit Unit had

been involved in the verification of arrears due to public servants and could not complete their work programme.

17 Report of the Auditor General on the Public Accounts of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for the Financial Year ended September 30, 2015, pg 55 -

http://www.auditorgeneral.gov.tt/sites/default/files/Auditor%20General%27s%20Report%20on%20the%20Public%20Accounts%202015.pdf

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Control over Void Cheques

The Reconciliation Statement showing Unpaid Cheques as at 31st March, 2015 was not verified by the Internal Auditor as required by

financial directives. The stale-dated cheques presented bore no evidence of having been voided

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Similar Ministries in other Jurisdictions

• Ministry of Defense, INDIA: http://www.mod.nic.in/

• National Security Council, INDIA: http://www.allgov.com/india/departments/ministry-of-youth-affairs-andsports/national-security-council?agencyid=7599

• National Security and Intelligence, UK: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/national-security

• Department of Defence, AUS: http://www.defence.gov.au/

• Department of Defence Resources page: http://www.australia.gov.au/directories/australia/defence

• National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces, CAN: http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/index.page

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