By Leroy Smith
[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Guyana Police Force is scheduled to unveil to the media and by extension the public its security plans for the Christmas season; however information reaching iNews suggested that the Police Force may have to return to the drawing board and make adjustments to aspects of the ‘Christmas Security Policing Plan.’
This is as a result of the recent developments on the political front and the decision by President Donald Ramotar to prorogue Parliament.
Usually, the Police would unveil its security plans around November 15 of each year and detail how it intends to deal with the issues of traffic, security and monitoring of government agencies and economic hotspots.
Presentations are usually done by the Commissioner of Police, Crime Chief, and ‘A’ Division Commander among others.
The decision of the President to prorogue Parliament has now caused the police administration adjust its plans.