Brumell goes into retirement

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) yesterday held a farewell parade in honour of Police Commissioner Leroy Brumell, who has retired after 36 years of service and who expressed the wish for a change in the force’s image.

Hundreds of police and civilians turned out at the parade, along with President Donald Ramotar and Prime Minister Samuel Hinds at the Police Sports Club Ground, Eve Leary. Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee was also present. Brumell is expected to be succeeded by Crime Chief Seelall Persaud.

Brumell started out with the GPF in 1977, rising to the rank of Cadet Officer in 1985, superintendent in 1998, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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