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Constitutional Mandate:
About Trinidad & Tobago's Ombudsman
The year 1976 saw the enactment of the Constitution of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Act...
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The Ombudsman of Trinidad and Tobago:
PATRICK MARK WELLINGTON became Trinidad and Tobago’s fourth (4th) Ombudsman on March 15, 2018.  He succeeded Ms. Lynette Stephenson, S.C. who served as Ombudsman since February 2006.  Mr. Wellington, an established attorney with thirty-six (36) years’ experience...
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What the Ombudsman can do:
The Ombudsman's powers to investigate are extensive...
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Organization and Structure:
The Head Office of the Office of the Ombudsman is located in Port of Spain, Trinidad.  There are also Regional Offices located in San Fernando, and Scarborough, Tobago...
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How to File a Complaint:
What are the steps involved in making a complaint to us?...
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Vision/Mission:
Vision Statement: The Office of the Ombudsman is a strong, respected, independent institution...
Mission Statement: To ensure the protection of all individuals against bureautic injustice...
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Schedule of Visits-
Outreach Programme


Point Fortin

2nd Wednesday each month

Chaguanas

2nd Friday each month

Siparia

3rd Monday each month

Sangre Grande

Last Tuesday each month

Rio Claro

Last Thursday each month

Couva

3rd Wednesday each month

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Mediation Board of Trinidad and Tobago
International Ombudsman Institute