Pick-ups deployed to policing divisions to boost holiday patrols

Some of the pickups

Forty-six pick-ups, which were among the fleet of vehicles donated to the police force over a month ago by the People’s Republic of China, were on Tuesday afternoon dispatched to the various policing divisions across the country to support anti-crime patrols during the holiday period.

The pick-ups were officially handed over at a  ceremony at the Guyana Police Force’s Tactical Services Unit (TSU) compound.

‘A’ Division (George-town /East Bank Demerara) received 12 of the pick-ups; 10 were deployed to ‘B’ Division (Berbice); eight were deployed to ‘C’ Division (East Coast Demerara); five to ‘D’ Division (West Demerara/East Bank Essequibo); four to ‘E’ Division (Linden and Kwakwani); three to ‘F’ Division (Interior locations); and four to ‘G’ Division (Essequibo Coast and Islands)…..

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