Domestic violence a focus of the new GPF Women’s Association

In a historic move last year the first ever Guyana Police Force Women’s Association was formed with a view to empowering the female ranks and providing another avenue for them to seek help if they need it.

According to first vice-president of the association Senior Superintendent Maxine Graham the association main’s focus is to give female officers a voice and to help them deal with some important issues, not the least among which is domestic violence.

The association, which covers the 795 women in the force, is headed by Assistant Commissioner Carol Primo,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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