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Cyber Crime law to prohibit child porn, sharing of nude images

Persons using computers to engage in child pornography or the sharing nude images of others could be jailed and fined if found guilty under the Cyber Crime Bill when it becomes law. “A person who uses a computer system to arrange a meeting with a child with the intent of abusing or engaging in sexual activity with a child or ...

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Phone vendor shot

A phone credit vendor was Boxing Night shot several times near the Vendors’ Arcade, Georgetown. Police identified the injured man as 29-year old Keron Herbert. The eyewitness said the incident did not appear to be a robbery but more like a planned hit. Police said Herbert was shot to his buttocks. The lone gunman, who is of East Indian descent, ...

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“Crime not spiraling out of control” – Crime Chief

Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum has affirmed that crime is not spiraling out of control, but is in fact projected to decrease. Blanhum made the disclosure at a presentation on Friday morning where the police force is currently revealing its plans to prevent crime in the festive season. According to the Crime Chief, since he took Office in June, crime has ...

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GDF being geared up to help fight transnational crimes

The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) is being geared up to help combat security threats other than its primary focus of protecting the country from its neighbours that continue to lay territorial claims. Addressing senior GDF officers earlier this week, President David Granger said changes in the international and local environments made some of Guyana’s old approaches to public order and ...

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Opposition tells government to set up fund for families hit by crime

Opposition member Vindya Persaud has advised the government to set up a fund to help the survivors of violent crimes committed against their families. Persaud, during her budget debate presentation Thursday August 20 told the government that from their hefty budget, they have $800million to spend for the remainder of the year and urged them to set some aside for ...

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More police for overseas training to support anti-crime plan- Ramjattan

Members of the Guyana Police Force will no longer be barred from taking up some overseas training opportunities, as government seeks to re-tool that law enforcement agency for the implementation of a five-pronged anti-crime strategy, according to Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan. “We then will have to ensure that every one of those training workshops are attended by those senior ...

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“Ramjattan must go,” has no idea what to do about crime – PPP’s Cornel Damon

In a heated maiden presentation in the House of Assembly, opposition member Cornel Damon not only announced his vision for former President Bharrat Jagdeo to be returned to the Presidency, but he also called for Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan to go, claiming that the security head had no idea what to do with the surge in crime. Damon ...

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Shawn Hinds wanted for “serious crime”- Police

Self-confessed death squad member, Shawn Hinds is wanted by police to assist them in their probe into a “serious offence.” Head of the Criminal Investigations Department, Senior Superintendent, Wendell Blanhum told Demerara Waves Online News that Hinds was expected to surrender in the company of a lawyer but so far he has not. Instead, he appeared Tuesday night on the ...

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March 2023