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– Youth clubs,Chidobe Awuzie Youth Jersey, Scout movement to be reactivated Samuel WhyteTaking the bull by the horns, newly appointed Second in Command of Police B Division (Berbice), Superintendent Steven Mansell has hit the ground running,Julian Weigl Dortmund Jersey, immediately upon taking up his appointment.Two Fridays ago Mansell lead a team of senior officers on a community outreach session with residents of the troubled Angoy’s Avenue Area, where they interacted at Timmers Dam ‘Angoy’s Avenue next to the Mount Sinai Nursery School.This was to get a firsthand look at the difficulties facing the residents in the area and to help sort out problems, particularly as they relate to their relationship with the police.Superintendent Mansell and other senior officers interact with residents.During the interactive session, residents touched on a number of topics, including the lack of opportunities for residents in the area. They are of the general view that there is a great need for more investment in the youths of their community.Mansell, sold the same idea, which has already proven successful in communities along the East Coast of Demerara in equally troubled areas such as Buxton and Sophia.The senior officer, who had served in Berbice before, is credited with reviving the Scout movement and Police Youth Groups in the Division. He is also credited with helping with the reduction of crime in The ‘C’ Division where he recently served.During the session, the police highlighted the need for them to engage communities so as to become more efficient in crime fighting.“Communities like Angoy’s Avenue are where we will target first in a hands-on way,”Mansell in his discourse, told the residents that they have a major role to play in preventing crime and assisting crime fighting and urged them to have an open mind about establishing a cohesive working relationship with the Force.“Policing is not just what you think it is,Evan Engram Youth Jersey, about shooting and locking up people. In a changing world,John Johnson Rams Jersey, the police have new ways of doing things,” he asserted.The Angoy’s Avenue or Cow Dam area is known as one of the prevalent crime-prone areas in Berbice and Guyana, with a number of armed robberies mixed with several petty criminal activities occurring with frightening frequency.Residents spoke freely about the number of idle youths in the area, the wanton gambling and noise nuisance among several other disturbing issues.They also lamented the many instances of petty robberies, break and enter and domestic violence.They spoke about police harassment, corruption and lack of response. Other issues, even matters out of the hands of the police, were raised.The residents spoke about their reluctance to call the police,Radamel Falcao Garcia Zarate Colombia Jersey, because on many occasions nothing happens and accused the law enforcement body of being less than confidential.They mentioned that there are instances when the perpetrators would call and accuse them of being informers.“They would call you and say ‘oh you just call the police’.”To this the officer responded that such things will not be tolerated and assured the residents that action will be taken against those cops who break the police confidentiality rule.Mr. Mansell condemned any act of corruption on the part of the police and urged residents to report any such incidents and assured residents of their support.Mansell assured that if it happened in the pass, it will not be tolerated as long as it is brought to his attention.  “We have dealt with situations like that before and persons have been brought to books,Eddie Jackson Youth Jersey,” he asserted.Youths are easily influenced in the area and the school dropout rate in the community is very high. Some residents pointed out that if there is nothing for the youths to do they become idle and find themselves in trouble.The Police officers responded by inviting all the youths in the area to seek employment in any one of the Joint Service organisations.“As long as your records are in order, we will assist you to get through or even with a second chance.” Recently the Police and other Joint Services organisations have taken a hands-on approach in engaging trouble prone areas.Also speaking to the residents were members of the Safe Community Safe Neighborhood Council in the area who stated that Angoy’s Avenue, like many other squatting areas, lacks opportunities, while much emphasis is not being placed on development.Residents took the opportunity to mention the lack of electricity in the area resulting in the area being dark which gives confidence to unscrupulous persons who wait in the dark corners and streets to rob passersby.The police assured that members of the Neighbourhood Police in the area will remain mostly in the community to help police in addition to the regular patrols which will make more visits.Superintendent Stephen Mansell invited parents to involve their children in the Police Youth club which will be launched in the area soon. He asked them to let the police help shape the lives of the youths in the community.  The officer promised that children will be involved in various skills training exercises, take trips, attend camps and learn survival skills among other activities. The youth club will later be transformed into a scout group.Also on the visit was Officer in Charge of Crime in ‘B’ Division, Inspector Giness and Officer in Charge of Number One Sub-Division, Inspector Ghagroo.Other meetings are planned in other trouble areas in the coming days.
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