Seeking to better foster confidence in the citizenry, Commission of Police, Leslie James would like members of the public to know that his office is open to whoever is seeking justice.

The Top Cop recently made this revelation during an interview on the radio programme ‘Straight Talk’ aired on 107.1 FM.

As a matter of fact, the Top Cop made it clear that anyone who approaches his office seeking justice will not be turned away.

He credited this move to a “very humbling experience” he had during his tenure as Crime Chief.

James recounted, “I have had a very humbling experience when I was Crime Chief. And I did say if I were to move forward from Crime Chief I will engage directly with persons who seek to engage me, especially in trying to have justice served.”

The Police Commissioner said that whenever a matter is brought directly to him, he hardly ever delegates it to another rank. Rather, he deals with it, right until the end.

He was appointed to the helm of the Guyana Police Force in August 2018. He is the recipient of two National Awards, the Distinguished Service Star and the Distinguished Service Medal.

He is the holder of a Commonwealth Masters in Public Administration, a Bachelor of Law Degree and a Diploma in Public Management, all of which were acquired from the University of Guyana.


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