Police announce major reshuffling

Winston Cosbert
Winston Cosbert

The police today announced a major reshuffling as a result of the retirement of police commissioner Leroy Brumell and the acting appointment in his place of Seelall Persaud.
The police press release follows:

As a result of the appointment of Mr. Seelall Persaud, DSM, as Commissioner of Police (acting), and the retirement of Assistant Commissioner George Vyphuis, DSM, the following postings of officers have been made within the Guyana Police Force with effect from April 08, 2014.

SPECIAL BRANCH

1. Assistant Commissioner Winston Cosbert – Head Special Branch

CID Headquarters

1. Senior Superintendent Leslie James – In Command
2. Senior Superintendent Marlon Chapman – Second-in-Command
3. Superintendent Brian Eastman

‘A’ DIVISION

1. Senior Superintendent Clifton Hicken- In Command
2. Superintendent Dion Moore – Second-in-Command
3. Superintendent Calvin Brutus – Traffic Officer
4. Deputy Superintendent Khali Pareshram
5. Detective Deputy Superintendent Michael Kingston
6. Deputy Superintendent Wayne De Hearte
7. W/Assistant Superintendent Althea Scipio
8. Cadet Officer Anthony Austin
9. Inspector Brian Lowenfield

‘B’ DIVISION

1. Deputy Superintendent Linden Isles

‘C’ DIVISION

1. Detective Superintendent Wendell Blanhum

‘D’ DIVISION

1. Senior Superintendent Ian Amsterdam – In Command
2. Superintendent Rishi Das – Second-in-Command
3. Cadet Officer Ganesh Puran

‘E’ DIVISION

1. Assistant Superintendent Michael Sutton – Second-in-Command (With effect from April 21, 2014)

‘F’ DIVISION

1. Assistant Superintendent Rudolph Banwarie

‘G’ DIVISION

1. Assistant Superintendent Walter Stanton – Second-in-Command

COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE

1. Superintendent Fazil Karimbaksh – Personal Assistant to Commissioner
2. W/Inspector Myrna Halley

FELIX AUSTIN POLICE COLLEGE

1. Superintendent Adrian Simon – Commandant

TACTICAL SERVICES UNIT

1. Superintendent Errol Watts – Officer-in-Charge

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