Businessman calls for more support of police work


By Leroy Smith

Businessman, Shahab Hack and Police Commissioner (ag) Seelall Persaud in Agricola on Sunday, February 08. [iNews’ Photo]
[] – Member of Road Safety Council and Businessman Shahab Hack has called on his fellow business colleagues to play a more meaningful role in the support of the Guyana Police Force community related projects.

Hack made the call shortly after accompanying Police Commissioner (ag), Seelall Persaud and other senior officers to the community of Agricola, East Bank Demerara.

“We as businessmen and women should advance the social crime prevention strategy of the Force so that it can be taken further since the Force is not equipped financially to deal with it and we as business people have our social and moral responsibilities to honour our nation and the future generation,” Hack opined.

According to Hack, he has personally seen the benefits of social interventions in tackling crime. The businessman has been working very closely with the Guyana Police Force for several years now but upped his involvement after the Force took on a social crime prevention approach.



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