Police launching ‘safe neighbourhood’ project in Albouystown

The Guyana Police Force will be launching its Project “Impact Albouystown” on Friday April 11, 2014, at 1600h. at the Basketball Court at Independence Boulevard and Hunter Street, Albouystown.

The police said that the Law Enforcement and Social intervention seeks to, in partnership with the Joint Services, Faith Based Organisations, the Ministries of Education and Human Services and Social Security, and other stakeholders, work towards the development of the community into a “safe neighbourhood”.

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