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Backtracking continues to be on the radar of the Guyana Police

Backtracking continues to be on the radar of the Guyana Police Force with the commissioner recently saying that there are renewed efforts to arrest this problem.

Home affairs minister Clement Rohee recently said that he was concerned about backtracking operations and trafficking in personsrevelations whichcontinue to appear in sections of the media. Commissioner of police LeroyBrummell said that backtracking operations present the force with some challenges.

The Ministry of Home Affairs said that the Police willbe deployed depending on the development of the events and the emergence of any evidence on the matters which have now found prominence in the public domain.

In the past evidence of a backtracking ring was produced, bo

Backtracking continues to be on the radar of the Guyana Police Force with the commissioner recently saying that there are renewed efforts to arrest this problem.

Home affairs minister Clement Rohee recently said that he was concerned about backtracking operations and trafficking in personsrevelations whichcontinue to appear in sections of the media. Commissioner of police LeroyBrummell said that backtracking operations present the force with some challenges.

The Ministry of Home Affairs said that the Police willbe deployed depending on the development of the events and the emergence of any evidence on the matters which have now found prominence in the public domain.

In the past evidence of a backtracking ring was produced, both in Guyana and the United States, but no action was taken by the authorities. One issue that comes to mind is the United States Embassy claimed that passports were found in the home of a well-known WestDemerara businessman. Several of the claims of backtracking have never been fully investigated in Guyana although persons have been convicted elsewhere for backtracking operations out of Guyana.

th in Guyana and the United States, but no action was taken by the authorities. One issue that comes to mind is the United States Embassy claimed that passports were found in the home of a well-known WestDemerara businessman. Several of the claims of backtracking have never been fully investigated in Guyana although persons have been convicted elsewhere for backtracking operations out of Guyana.

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