– 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.
It may no longer be regarded as having the pulling power it enjoyed during its 1990s heyday, but Serie A continues to regularly throw up moments of magic.The latest piece of brilliance came during Milan’s incredibly entertaining 5-4 victory away to Parma on Sunday, as Jeremy Menez scored an audacious effort to wrap the three points up for the Rossoneri.Just take a look at the video above.
Simon Clare joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.Coral’s PR director brings us the latest odds ahead of another packed weekend of Premier League action, with all eyes on the Emirates as Arsenal take on Chelsea on Sunday.The Blues have lost just twice in 11 visits to the Gunners, but with the north Londoners currently second favourites for the title, it is expected to be a very different game.The Gunners are even money to come away with a win, while the still misfiring Blues are 14/5 for the victory.Meanwhile, the focus will be on strikers this weekend with Christian Benteke 9/2 to end his barren run with the first goal against Norwich, while Charlie Austin is 5/1 to get the first goal on his Southampton debut at Manchester United.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast