A Sangre Grande man appeared virtually before a Port of Spain magistrate on Tuesday to answer charges of unlawful entry onto the National Operations Fusion Centre in Port of Spain.
A police media release on Wednesday reported that Evealance Campbell, 52, appeared before deputy chief magistrate Cherril-Anne Antoine charged with being found on enclosed premises for unlawful purposes.
Campbell pleaded not guilty and was granted bail with surety of $20,000, or in default a cash alternative of $6000.
Campbell was detained by security guards at around 8 am on Sunday when he jumped the wall of Knowsley, Dundonald Street, the site of the National Operation Fusion Centre.
Police were called and he was taken to the Belmont police station, where he was charged.
The matter is expected to continue on February 9 and was transferred to the Port of Spain magistrates Third Court.
The National Operation Fusion Centre provides and co-ordinates operational intelligence betweeen different arms of the protective services.