The Guyana Police Force B Division under the Commander, Assistant Commissioner Paul Langevine and Deputy Commander, Senior Superintendent Phillip Azore and their team of officers continues to extend their benevolence to various parts of the Ancient County. According to the Commander their main aim is to show that the police is not only about fighting crime and, being proactive and involved in community activities. In so doing they are making sure that no one is left out.
During the week some members of B Division Headquarters led by Community Relations Officer, Woman Inspector Grosvenor, travelled over 75 miles up the Canje River to Bara Cara where they distributed some sports gears and over one hundred kites to the students of the Nursery and Primary Schools in the area.
The team brought wishes from Commander Langevine and his team to the Head teacher of the School Mrs. Benn and the rest of the Community. The effort among others is to show the resident of Bara Cara and other surrounding communities that although they are so far in distance they are still being thought of and are close in heart. The police assured that they will do everything within the confines of the law to make them comfortable.
Headmistress Benn expressed thanks on behalf of the students and residents in the community to the Commander and ranks of ‘B’ Division for their kind gesture. She expressed hope that she will see the Commander and his high command soon in the community in the near future. The students sang songs for the team after which they were taken on a tour by the community leaders.
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