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Wrong Seelall Persaud?

Mr. Seelall Persaud

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Criminal Investigations Department of the Guyana Police Force

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Criminal Investigations Department of the Guyana Police Force

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Press Statement

www.guyanapnc.org [cached]

According to the Head of the Criminal Investigation Department, of the Guyana Police Force, Assistant Commissioner, Mr. Seelall Persaud, as at 31st October (the 304 th day of the year 2010), the Force has recorded 116 murders.

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According to the Head of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Guyana Police Force, Mr. Seelall Persaud, there were 623 'robberies under arms' up to 31st October 2010. Of these, 449 involved guns and 174 other weapons.


PNCRGUYANA.COM--Welcome To The Official Website Of The People's National Congress Reform

www.pncrguyana.com [cached]

According to the Head of the Criminal Investigation Department, of the Guyana Police Force, Assistant Commissioner, Mr. Seelall Persaud, as at 31st October (the 304th day of the year 2010), the Force has recorded 116 murders.

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According to the Head of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Guyana Police Force, Mr. Seelall Persaud, there were 623 'robberies under arms' up to 31st October 2010. Of these, 449 involved guns and 174 other weapons.


PNCRGUYANA.COM--Welcome To The Official Website Of The People's National Congress Reform

www.pncrguyana.com [cached]

The PNCR recalls that the Head of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Guyana Police Force, Mr. Seelall Persaud, earlier this month, had confirmed public fears that armed robberies are still fatal and frequent. According to Mr. Persaud, there were 623 'robberies under arms' up to 31st October 2010. Of these, 449 involved guns and 174 other weapons.


Police Chief Seelall Persaud ...

jamaica-gleaner.com [cached]

Police Chief Seelall Persaud made the announcement yesterday while noting that more than 40 suicides have been reported so far this year.


It is, however, sad to say ...

www.guyanachronicle.com [cached]

It is, however, sad to say that I cannot say the same for the recently promoted Seelall Persaud who acts as this country's Crime Chief, and whom the Head of State of this country, President Donald Ramotar, saw fit to promote as Deputy Commissioner of Police.

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EVERY SINGLE TIME that I call Mr. Persaud on his mobile phone in relation to my work, he hangs up the phone on me; and there seems to be no ending to this nasty and unprofessional practice, which I hate to think he considers normal behaviour for someone holding the position he holds. There were about two occasions earlier this year where I called Mr. Persaud to acquire information and comments in relation to stories that needed a comment from the police, as is a normal basic journalistic principle. Those efforts were all met with Mr Persaud abruptly terminating the calls and refusing to answer any other calls coming from my number.
The most recent of this unsavoury practice occurred on Saturday, September 15, when I called Mr. Persaud to get from him a comment in relation to a front page headline carried in the Guyana Chronicle of September 15th in which several female nursing students of the Georgetown School of Nursing were accusing a CID rank of fondling them during a cavity search for some missing money.
While I do not expect Mr. Persaud to understand journalistic principles and how the media operates, I do expect him to understand that his usual behaviour towards me -- for which I am yet to find a reason -- is nothing but downright disrespectful to another human being, and insultive to the Guyana Police Force and the President of this country, who appointed him as a Deputy Police Commissioner.
The Guyana Police Force needs people who can relate with the public and retain the confidence of the public; and Mr. Seelall Persaud, I am now gathering, may not be one such person. Moreover, he might not even be fit to head the Criminal Investigation Department of this country.

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