Jan 17, 2015 News
The Parliament Office yesterday donated four industrial fans, worth over $200,000, to the ranks of the Guyana Police Force’s Tactical Services Unit (TSU) based at the Public Buildings.
Clerk of the National Assembly, Sherlock Isaacs, while handing the fans over, said it has always been a goal of the Parliament Office to ensure that the ranks based at the Public Buildings, are as comfortable as possible so that they can discharge their responsibilities as efficiently as possible. He said over the years the Office has been employing various methods to ensure that this is done and the donation of these fans was just another addition.
Isaacs noted that the Office has always enjoyed an excellent working relationship with the ranks tasked with maintaining the security of the Public Buildings, the Members of Parliament and staff, and opined that he is confident this will continue in the future.
Receiving the fans on behalf of the TSU ranks was Senior Superintendent Errol Watts, Officer-in-Charge of the TSU, who expressed gratitude on behalf of the ranks.
He said he was grateful for the continued support of the Parliament Office and noted that the fans will go a far way in creating a comfortable environment for the officers as they perform their duties.
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