– 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.
SANTA CLARA — Here is how long-time Carolina Panthers reporter Joe Person sets the stage for Sunday’s visit to the 49ers at Levi’s Stadium:Question: What’s been Kyle Allen’s impact on the field and has the qb change lifted the negative aura that grew with each Cam Newton loss?Person: Norv Turner hasn’t overhauled the offense for Allen, but it definitely looks a little different. Gone are the zone-read plays, replaced by more traditional play-action passes and a few RPO’s. Allen has done a …
Indonesian officials have confirmed that both black boxes from flight Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501 have been positively located.The Flight Data Recorder was recovered this morning and is being transported to Jakarta, while the Cockpit Voice Recorder should be recovered this afternoon (January 12th).Searchers also say they have located the main body of the aircraft but this is not confirmed as yet.Flight QZ8501 disappeared two weeks ago with 162 passengers and crew aboard.Recovery teams hoisted the aircraft’s tail and some fuselage panels aboard a sea going tug on Saturday.The two black boxes will give the cockpit conversation for the entire flight as well as at least 88 aircraft flight, engine, systems and senor parameters.Flight QZ8501 vanished on December 28 on a flight from Surabaya to Singapore.The crew asked air traffic control for permission to climb and deviate left of the flight path to avoid thunderstorm but before permission was granted contact was lost with the aircraft.So far 48 bodies have been recovered with bad weather playing havoc with search efforts.
SharePrint Related The earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month geocoinA geocaching couple who can literally say they’ve cached their way through an entire country—and mean it—claim the latest Geocacher of the Month award. Comments and shared stories of two people who have not just found more than 10,000 geocaches, but inspired countless geocachers. Their well-maintained hides deliver instant memories. Oh, they also found a vast majority of the geocaches in South Africa. While there is only one Geocacher of the Month, each of the nominees is already a winner, with a prize package headed their way.All of the nominees add an important contribution to their local communities and inspire the global geocaching community. Each will receive special recognition for their contribution to the adventure of geocaching. Before naming the Geocacher of the Month, Geocaching HQ reviews community input and blog comments. Each comment is read and posts in native languages are encouraged.iPajero has been part of the geocaching world since 2011. After cementing hundreds of new relationships and fostering the joy of geocaching, he’s being named Geocacher of the Month for March 2014.One comment reads, “They have been a huge encouragement to us and have added to our caching experience by posting many challenging caches in our home-town. We’d sum them up as a mix of irrepressible energy, indefatigable commitment to finding caches and a clever impish sense of humour when creating their own caches. We once posted a new cache with the wrong co-ords which took folk about 500m from the cache position. Nonetheless they claimed a FTF by using a canny geocaching sense and pointed out to us our mistake. Now it takes a special geocacher to do that!”If you know an outstanding geocacher who should be considered for the honor, simply fill out this webform.Geocachers of the MonthEvery nomination must include the following items and abide by the following guidelines:Your name, the name of your nominee, their usernameA picture of the nomineeDescription (200 or more words) explaining why he or she deserves to be the Geocacher of the MonthPlease inform your nominee that you have submitted them for the award. Nominations for Geocacher of the Month are accepted at any time.Congratulations again to iPajero for being recognized as the Geocacher of the Month for March.The world of smileys as seen from geocachers like iPajeroShare with your Friends:More
On a day the high-pitched Madhya Pradesh campaign drew to a close, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had a word of advice for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “My advice to the Prime Minister is to exercise due restraint that is becoming of the office of the Prime Minister. When the Prime Minister goes to States that are not ruled by the BJP, he has an obligation to not use the language that has now become common practice,” Dr. Singh said on Monday at the launch of former Union Minister Manish Tewari’s new book, Fables of Fractured Times.Dignity of office “We never discriminated against the BJP-ruled States. [Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister] Shivraj Chouhanji would himself certify what I am saying. He is the Prime Minister of all Indians. His conduct must be worthy and consistent with the obligation he has as a PM,” the former Prime Minister added. The former Prime Minister, who sat through a panel discussion involving Mr. Tewari, National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah and Janata Dal (United)’s Pavan K. Varma, was responding to moderator and television anchor Rajdeep Sardesai’s query if he had any advice for current politicians. Soon after launching the book, Dr. Singh remembered the victims of the 26/11 attack. “Quite honestly, my thoughts today are on a different subject… Grave acts of terror took the lives of nearly 170 persons. One can only hope saner elements would prevail in India and Pakistan,” Dr. Singh said. “What’s happening today in Kashmir is an indication of the suffering that strained relations between the two countries can bring about,” he said, referring to the recent spate of violence in Kashmir.
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Quick guide Our Rugby World Cup 2019 coverage Rugby World Cup tactics: Nick Evans on how the leading nations will play Read more Hide Share on Facebook Tearful, nervous, excited: Jones shows emotions on eve of England’s kick-off Photograph: Christophe Ena/AP Before they can focus too much on that however, the first 20 minutes will be vital. They must be professional in their approach and not get caught up in the emotion that will come with the occasion. What Tonga want is confrontation. Put simply they want to hit men. So if you’ve got an England pack just aimlessly carrying, that will feed Tongan energy. England just need to be smart in what they do and perhaps not have the ball for a little while. The one thing everyone is going to want to do is carry, make a mark but they need to be really professional and clinical about what they do.Tonga will want a high tempo game and will thrive off unstructured turnover ball. It may be a quick kick-off down the middle, they will be so ferocious at the ruck, or the 13 flying out of the line. England will be thinking: “Hang on a minute, we’ve not seen this in any video anywhere.” That’s what they are going to have to deal with. They need to take hold of the game, it might be a bit boring, and I know the crowd will be desperate to see tries but it’s not a problem if it’s three, six, nine to take the wind out of Tonga’s sails and make them chase the game. England cannot fall into the trap of thinking: “We’re going to go out and score four tries in the first 30 minutes and then look after ourselves.” Was this helpful? Share on WhatsApp That is not to say England will not get anything out of the match but it is an acknowledgment that this is a slow-burning tournament for Eddie Jones’s side. And that will suit them perfectly. Compare England’s schedule, where they can ease their way through the gears, to what New Zealand and South Africa are facing. Both of those sides are being asked to peak in their first match of the World Cup, then simmer for a few weeks and try to hit those heights again. Mentally that is a really tough ask. It’s not hard to peak for game one because you’ve been in camp for three months but you’ll get to the quarter-finals after “fallow weeks” for matches they are expected to win comfortably and have to do so again.For England though, it is perfect. They can move through the first couple of gears in their opening two matches and then they are fully into it against Argentina and France when the shackles come off and the full playbook comes out. Of course they will have bespoke plays for each team but we will get more of an insight into what this England team is about in those last two pool matches – before that the DNA doesn’t change but the detail will.I also expect England to put themselves under a bit of pressure. In Ireland’s first warm-up match against Italy over the summer, they chose to play out of their 22 from every ball they received from the restart. They were effectively practising new ways of doing things. Ordinarily, every time someone kicks long to Ireland they set up a ruck and Conor Murray box-kicks, either out on the halfway line or contestable for his runners. But against Italy they did not do it once because it was a live opportunity to try new things. England are not going to do that against Argentina or France but in the first two matches I would not be surprised if they do. Rugby World Cup 2019 Show Read more • Fixtures, tables and results• Top try and points scorers• Stadium guide• Referee guide• Our latest minute-by-minute live reports• Sign up to The Breakdown, our free rugby union email newsletterTeam guidesPool A: Ireland, Japan, Russia, Samoa, ScotlandPool B: Canada, Italy, Namibia, New Zealand, South AfricaPool C: Argentina, England, France, Tonga, USAPool D: Australia, Fiji, Georgia, Uruguay, Wales Topics Rugby World Cup Support The Guardian England rugby union team Share via Email England’s defence has looked impregnable in recent matches so in terms of tactics, I would favour an aerial assault, plenty of high balls and kicking long. Effectively saying to Tonga: “Just come at us.” Tonga will not want to defend for 20 plus phases, they don’t have the discipline or the fitness to do it. England do, they’ve got the power, the physicality and the discipline. So I would like to see Owen Farrell and George Ford keep kicking deep the ball into the Tonga half. I honestly think England will be happy to sit there, force the turnover and then spring into action on the back of it.The one thing you cannot do in rugby is get your energy from your attack as much as you do in defence. Tonga get theirs in attack, not in defence. If they turn the ball over they will not have that same energy to get back or discipline to defend for the amount of phases necessary to keep England out. The tries will come, in the Sapporo Dome the pitch will be perfect but England must show patience at first to achieve all their goals. … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many new organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. 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Since you’re here… Thank you for your feedback. Sportblog Share on Pinterest England’s priorities against Tonga are simple. Four tries, maximum points, a clean bill of health and move on to Kobe. It may be the start of a World Cup campaign after three months building up to it but in reality it is an extension of their pre-season. No disrespect to Tonga but England will win the match. They are not looking to peak now and if the playbook was restricted in the warm-up matches it still will be on Sunday. Share on Twitter Tonga rugby union team Share on Messenger Share on LinkedIn Rugby union comment Reuse this content