Military representatives from the United States today conducted several site visits around the Guyana Police Force Headquarters ahead of Operation Tradewinds 2023.
A release from the police said that the Strategic Site Survey is to check the capacity to house participants both locally and internationally during the multinational military exercise slated to run for two weeks.
Tradewinds 2023 will be hosted by Guyana in July of next year and is expected to concentrate on countering transnational criminal organizations and violent extremist organizations as a way to improve Caribbean Community Standard Operating Procedures and boost regional cooperation, stability, and response efficacy to security threats.
During the visit, the representatives were given a tour of the Police Sports Club, Felix Austin Training Centre, and the Officers’ Training Centre, the release said.
Deputy Commissioner Operations (ag) Ravindradat Budhram, Commander Regional Division #5 Superintendent Guy Nurse, Officer-in-Charge Tactical Services Unit Superintendent Lonsdale Withrite, and Deputy Superintendent Rovin Das, were also amongst those present at the site survey.
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