Tag: Ministry of Home Affairs

Stiffer penalties, measures to curb alcohol-related road accidents

Stiffer penalties, measures to curb alcohol-related road accidents

Shaquille Bourne Shaquille Bourne- August 9, 2022

—Intoxicating Liquor Licensing (Amendment) Bill 2022 tabled Government has taken an important legislative step to minimise alcohol-related road accidents and ... Read More

Minister Benn encourages amerindians to join the force

Minister Benn encourages amerindians to join the force

Shania Gonsalves Shania Gonsalves- July 15, 2022

Minister of Home Affairs Robeson Benn, is encouraging indigenous people to embrace all opportunities to join the country’s security forces, ... Read More

Serious crimes down by 15 per cent – Top Cop  

Serious crimes down by 15 per cent – Top Cop  

Neola Damon Neola Damon- July 14, 2022

Acting Commissioner of Police, Clifton Hicken today, declared that serious crimes in the country are down by 15 percent as ... Read More

Eight senior police ranks promoted to Assistant Commissioners

Eight senior police ranks promoted to Assistant Commissioners

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- July 3, 2022

Senior Superintendents of Police, Calvin Brutus, Errol Watts, Khali Pareshram and Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum are among eight senior police ... Read More

Minister Benn on the ground, calls on protestors to desist from destroying property

Minister Benn on the ground, calls on protestors to desist from destroying property

Shania Gonsalves Shania Gonsalves- June 28, 2022

Following protests on the East Coast Demerara today, Minister of Home Affairs, Robeson Benn took to the ground to appeal ... Read More

Police’s community relations programme to spearhead youth training  

Police’s community relations programme to spearhead youth training  

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- June 20, 2022

The fostering of youth development across the country is a key objective of the Guyana Police Force’s (GPF) recently re-established ... Read More

Police seeking to build citizens’ trust – community relations dept. revived

Police seeking to build citizens’ trust – community relations dept. revived

Shaquawn Gill Shaquawn Gill- June 10, 2022

The relationship between communities and the police will be further strengthened as the Guyana Police Force (GPF) has officially re-established ... Read More

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