More vehicles for police

In order to enhance the performance of the Guyana Police Force, Government through the Ministry of Home Affairs yesterday handed over the keys to a new fleet of vehicles and motorcycles as the GPF celebrates its 175th anniversary. GINA said the fleet which includes 13 4x4s, 10 motor cars, 7 motor cycles, a 26-seater bus, a troop carrier and one short base truck, will aid in enhancing the performance of the force. The keys were presented to the force by Minister of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee during a handing over ceremony at the Tactical Services Unit, Eve Leary.

The 4x4 pick-ups presented to the Guyana Police Force (GINA photo)
The 4×4 pick-ups presented to the Guyana Police Force (GINA photo)

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