Holistic approach needed to GPF’s problems; increased manpower not enough, Granger says

The recent revelation that the manpower of the Guyana Police Force will be increased by 45% is a welcome move according to Opposition Leader David Granger who nevertheless expressed the belief that this would have little effect unless there is a holistic approach to the many issues affecting the Force.

Asked to comment on the issue, Granger told Stabroek News yesterday that the focus “is not incorrect.” He said that issues such as the numerical strength of the force and the establishment of more stations in the light of an increase in new housing schemes had been dealt with at length and in detail …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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