Canada gifts kits, training to detect forged documents

Transnational organised criminals will be under closer observation thanks to the contribution of 200 fraudulent document detection kits to the Guy-ana Police Force (GPF).

The donation by Cana-dian High Commissioner Nicole Giles was borne from a need to tackle the threat posed by fraudulent documents.

“Fraudulent identity documents pose a threat to the integrity of national borders and to national security around the world,” Giles said at the handing over yesterday morning at the Guyana Police Offi-cers’ Training Centre. “The international community has learned the hard way that  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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