E Division Commander now Senior Superintendent

first_img– Fernandes is Division’s 1st female ASPE Division (Linden-Kwakwani) Commander Linden Lord is now the Division’s Senior Superintendent of Police, while Telisa Peters-Fernandes became its first female Assistant Superintendent of Police, following recent senior promotions announced by the Guyana Police Force (GPF).The two are amongst eleven additional senior ranks to be promoted in theTelisa Peters-Fernandes and Linden LordDivision, on the heels of the promotion of 32 junior ranks.The other nine ranks promoted to Inspectors include Sherwin Henry and Harry Sutherland, Women Corporals Gullaune and Layne, Corporal Ramsey and Women Special Corporals Barkoye, Welch, Morris and Sears.Lord has headed the Division in the capacity of Superintendent of Police since October of last year, with his first role as Divisional Commander. He has been a member of the GPF since 1985, and was attached mainly as an Investigator of serious crimes in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and has over 28 years of experience in criminal investigative services.Lord has also worked at several branches and Divisions including Narcotics, Presidential Guard and CID Headquarters. He was also involved in many high profile crimes across the country including the Bartica and Lusignan massacres.last_img read more

Exclusive – Curtis: Swansea will resist ‘all offers’ for Arsenal target Gomis

first_imgAlan Curtis claims Swansea will resist all offers for striker Bafetimbi Gomis – following Wilfried Bony’s move to Manchester City.The France forward has been linked with a move to Arsenal and Newcastle in the January transfer window, after dropping down the pecking order at the Liberty Stadium.But Bony’s departure leaves a gaping hole in the Swans side and coach Curtis believes the 29-year-old is the perfect man to step in.“We’re always looking at players but it’s difficult,” the former Wales international told Drivetime. “Bafetimbi Gomis has an opportunity now, he’s been very patient.“Gomis was one of our targets just before we signed Wilfried Bony, believe it or not. He was actually ahead of Wilfried on our list. We had a £10million offer turned down 18 months ago.“Wilfried was not an afterthought but Bafetimbi was higher on our list of priorities.“The club will resist all offers they receive [for him]. During the summer we’ll start the search again for someone to replace Bony.”last_img read more