Civilians continuing police reform work – Rohee

A team of 10 civilians set up to oversee police reforms is continuing its work despite three resignations  and it has completed an analysis of the weaknesses and strength of the force.

Reporting to the public on Friday about security developments, Minister of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee noted that the Strategic Management Department (SMD) was established at the Guyana Police Force in May 2013 with the employment of ten professionals to oversee the implementation of the force’s Strategic Plan. “Unfortunately, three of those persons have since resigned for reasons, I understand that were not directly related to their task of implementing their aspect of the plan”, Rohee said.

He added that the departures have not seriously affected the progress of …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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