Crime Stoppers International President visits Trinidad and Tobago

Friday, March 24th, 2006

CSI President Steve Walrath paid an official visit to Trinidad and Tobago during 24-30,2006 and took part in a series of meetings with members of the Business community , Prime Minister Patrick Manning, President of the Republic George Maxwell Richards, National Security Minister Martin Joseph and Police Commissioner Trevor Paul.

CS Trinidad and Tobago Chairman John Aboud (left), National Security Minister Martin Joseph (center) and CSI President Steve Walrath

CS Trinidad and Tobago Chairman John Aboud (left), National Security Minister Martin Joseph (center) and CSI President Steve Walrath

Walrath’s visit was a testament to the spirit of collaboration and global commitment to the eradication of crime and terrorism.

 

As President of CSI, Walrath oversees 1,200 programs in 20 countries. He is also Chairman of the Board of the CSI Foundation. In addition, he was instrumental in CSI receiving official United Nations consultative status on crime initiatives and is credited for the recognition of the organisation by bodies such as the FBI and Scotland Yard

His optimistic messages of hope and the value of human life have inspired thousands in the spheres of business, education and law enforcement

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