They came from near and far to seek the much need medical attention free of cost. Thanks to the Guyana Police Force, hundreds of people from Albouystown and other communities benefited from the medical outreach programme at the weekend. This exercise was part of the force’s 175th anniversary celebration.
Maxim Graham senior superintendent of police said this was all part of the Impact Albouystown Project.
This initiative is a collaboration between the police wives association, the women’s arm of the Guyana police force and key stakeholders from the medical fraternity.
Commander of A division Clifton Hicken said while this is the first for the community it would be extended to other communities.
Over the past few months the Guyana Police Force has been active in communities across the country as they tried to build a better relationship between the police and the community.