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Crime Fight Awareness Takes to the Streets

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Even as drug trafficking and organized crime continue to plague the society some concerned citizens are trying to raise the awareness and create a positive impact.

The government has faced most of the blame for the not implementing recommendations of the disciplined services commission and not paying much attention to our porous borders.

But minister of home affairs Clement Rohee is saying that the evidence of the government’s commitment speaks for itself, he alluded to the increase in budgetary allocations.

The walk was held under the team “towards a Safer Guyana and was part of the ministry’s citizens security programme.

The citizen security programme commenced on August 2007 to the tune of $22million US, funds provided by the IDB.

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