[www.inewsguyana.com] – Ranks of the Guyana Police Force and the members of the public in Georgetown and its environs now have at their disposal a computer centre.
The centre will be used to provide training to residents and ranks alike and was commissioned on Saturday, November 30 by Police Commissioner Leroy Brumell.
The initiative is the third of its kind and was made possible through a two year old partnership between the Police Force and a Guyanese group in the United States of America going the alias, ZARA.
The lab is named after the group and Berbice and Essequibo also have labs which were commissioned in 2012 and earlier this year respectively.
The entire program has racked up a figure of close to $60 million. The commissioning saw several representative of the group, senior representative of the police force and other ranks of the GPF.
In addition to the lab, there is also a library and both facilities are housed in the upper flat of the Police Training College on Camp Street. The rooms have been furnished and fitted with air condition units and the necessary items to make the departments complete.
The group has been offering support to various arms of the force and several communities, something Commissioner Brumell commended them for. [Leroy Smith]