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Police Commissioner Leroy Brummel urges new Police recruits to be examples the public could look up to – 22nd Feb 2013

comishBe good ambassadors and shining lights to the noble institution was the charge of Commissioner of Police, Leroy Brumell, to the new Ranks of the Guyana Police Force.

25 ranks were added to the shorthanded Guyana Police Force on Thursday, at a passing out parade at the Felix Austin Training College. Brumell urged the graduates that they need to conduct themselves in a professional manner as servants of the people.

The course number 307 commenced on the 3rd of April 2012, with 30 ranks; five left for various reasons. They were 19 males and 6 females that finished the course. The ranks were trained in basic policing, foot and arms drills, domestic violence, among other issues.

The Commissioner also had words for the middle managers of the Force that are also involved in a training exercise. He described those sergeants and inspectors as the backbone of the Force and urged them to deal with indiscipline.

The Commissioner also urged Policemen and women to go back to basic policing and be security conscious.

Comments (2)

  • Len Jackson

    Dear Sirs,
    As I was developing a local Guyana website (“www.guyanacityguide.com”) which I setup to help support Guyana Foundation  (“www.facebook.com/theguyanafoundation”) which has its headquarters in Georgetown I have run into some very surprising problems.

    When setting up locations for places and events for Georgetown, Guyana I thought it would be nice to provide links to your local police and government sites. What a surprise as I found that way to many government website are broken, outdated and or have missing links. Also it was hard if not impossible to find local phone numbers for police stations, I even checked your GT & T phone book for phone numbers listing police or police stations in the white pages.. see “Showing 0 result for term “police stations, Showing 0 result for term “police” nor where there any listings for government, or police in the yellow pages? I think the least GT&T could do is list police and emergency numbers.

    Please, if you would, provide me with any contact email addresses for Ministries offices and anyone else you fell might be able to help, as I would be more the happy to direct them to these sites and or assist in fixing and updating them. I do not think it is in the best interests of government to have live sites that are outdated or sites in disarray as I believe you have come too far to have these blemishes and embarrassing distractions tarnish the great progress you are making in developing your great country .. Below are just some of the broken sites…
    http://www.gdf-gy.org/ down
    http://www.guyanapoliceforce.gy/ broken sent emil
    http://www.iast.gov.gy/ broken
    http://www.ggmc.gov.gy/ broken
    http://www.forestry.gov.gy/ can’t display
    http://www.gea.gov.gy/Emails: gea@gea.gov.gy bad email
    http://www.nfmu.gov.gy/ broken under construction
    http://www.chpa.gov.gy sent gea@gea.gov.gy failed maybe: chpagov@chpa.gov.gy
    http://www.mintic.gov.gy/ under constructions
    http://legalaffairs.gov.gy/ no email links outdated 2010
    http://www.mlhsss.gov.gy/ no email links
    http://www.education.gov.gy/web/ no email
    http://agriculture.gov.gy/ minister@agriculture.gov.gy failed

    Sincerely yours,

    Len Jackson

    Reply
  • Len Jackson

    From: Len Jackson [mailto:Len@guyanacityguide.com]
    Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 8:48 PM
    To: ‘editor@stabroeknews.com’
    Cc: ‘anna_benjamin@hotmail.com’; ‘cspringer@stabroeknews.com’
    Subject: Too many broken Government website / invalid email addresses…

    Dear Anand,

    As I was developing a local Guyana website “www.guyanacityguide.com” which I setup to help support Guyana Foundation  “www.facebook.com/theguyanafoundation’ which has its headquarters in Georgetown I have run into some very surprising problems.

    When setting up locations for places and events for Georgetown, Guyana I thought it would be nice to provide links to your local police and government sites. What a surprise as I found that way to many government website are broken, outdated and or have missing links. Also it was hard if not impossible to find local phone numbers for police stations, I even checked your GT & T phone book for phone numbers listing police or police stations in the white pages.. see “Showing 0 result for term “police stations, Showing 0 result for term “police” nor where there any listings for government, or police in the yellow pages? I think the least GT&T could do is list police and emergency numbers.

    Please, if you would, provide me with any contact email addresses for Ministries offices and anyone else you fell might be able to help, as I would be more the happy to direct them to these sites and or assist in fixing and updating them. I do not think it is in the best interests of government to have live sites that are outdated or sites in disarray as I believe you have come too far to have these blemishes and embarrassing distractions tarnish the great progress you are making in developing your great country .. Below are just some of the broken sites…
    http://www.gdf-gy.org/ down
    http://www.guyanapoliceforce.gy/ broken sent emil
    http://www.iast.gov.gy/ broken
    http://www.ggmc.gov.gy/ broken
    http://www.forestry.gov.gy/ can’t display
    http://www.gea.gov.gy/Emails: gea@gea.gov.gy bad email
    http://www.nfmu.gov.gy/ broken under construction
    http://www.chpa.gov.gy sent gea@gea.gov.gy failed maybe: chpagov@chpa.gov.gy
    http://www.mintic.gov.gy/ under constructions
    http://legalaffairs.gov.gy/ no email links outdated 2010
    http://www.mlhsss.gov.gy/ no email links
    http://www.education.gov.gy/web/ no email
    http://agriculture.gov.gy/ minister@agriculture.gov.gy failed

    Sincerely yours,

    Len Jackson

    Reply

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