By Leroy Smith
[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Guyana Police Force on Saturday morning placed its best on display as they held their annual anniversary route march through the streets of Georgetown.
The parade saw Commissioner of Police Seelall Persaud and his divisional commanders taking the salute from the parading ranks headed by Assistant Commissioner of Police, Clifton Hicken who was supported by Senior Superintendent of Police Whitney Bacchus.
The parade moved off from the Tactical Service Drill Square in the Police Headquarters Eve Leary and made its way through several city streets in Georgetown before heading to Brickdam.
The ranks marched to the sounds of the Guyana Police Force Band and those from the Police Steel Orchestra.
Units in the parade included Presidential Guards, Immigration, Criminal Investigation Department, Traffic, Scouts, Associations of Women Police, Police Welfare, Police Athletes, Community Policing Groups, Youth
Groups, Traffic, Special Constables and individual groups representing the various police divisions.
When the parade re-entered the Police Headquarters at Eve Leary, they were addressed by Commissioner Persaud.
The parade ranks were rewarded by units for exceptional performance with the overall best performance going to the Tactical Service Unit, a win that they have been copping over the years. The Presidential Guard mustered the second place for their performance along the route.