Tuesday, February 7, 2012

British firm wins Guyana Police Force reform tender

A British consultancy company has won the tender to provide the necessary services to carry out certain reforms within the Guyana Police Force, Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee has said.

Rohee, responding to questions during a press conference last Friday, said the members of the consultancy company will soon be meeting with the leadership of the Guyana Police Force to discuss what is going to be done.

He said money provided under Inter American Development Bank (IDB)/Government of Guyana Citizens Security Programme will be used to fund this project.

Asked what sections will be given priority, Rohee said training and the modernization of the force “from different angles”.

1 comment:

  1. This is good to see our very own police force well get training for the British hope this provide to be more efficient and better the force.