Retiring assistant commissioner heading for priesthood

-says succession planning, good community relations key needs for police force

Now at the start of his pre-retirement leave, Assistant Commissioner of police Eric Bassant is already planning the next chapter of his life: the priesthood.

“I have been pointed in this direction for quite a number of years,” Bassant told Stabroek News in recent interview, where he noted that he would be forever grateful to the Guyana Police Force (GPF) for instilling good values in him and ensuring that he took the path to success.

He also urged those remaining members of the hierarchy of the force to continue to develop good community relations and build on the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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