Crime Chief wants closer international ties in narco fight – 19th Nov 2012
If the extradition procedures are fixed, Guyana can see some control in drug trafficking, according to Crime Chief, Seelall Persaud.
Persaud said, major drug organizations have toppled when several countries are working together.
Seelall said, the Guyana Police Force has been working with neighbouring countries in its drug fight.
Many have used our porous borders to ship the illegal substances in and out of Guyana.
And while the Crime Chief, Seelall Persaud is denying that gangs exist here, a study by the small arms survey claims that gangs are critical to maintaining the country’s status as a transshipment point for drugs and arms.
The study was published in February this year by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva Switzerland.