Guyana Police Force Traffic Enforcement Yields Significant Results In Past Week

Guyana Police Force Traffic Enforcement Yields Significant Results In Past Week

Guyana Police Force Traffic Enforcement Yields Significant Results In Past Week

The Guyana Police Force’s Traffic Department has reported a significant impact from its recent week-long enforcement efforts spanning November 19 to 25, 2023. Across all Regional Police Divisions, a total of 2,465 cases were made, reflecting the force’s commitment to ensuring road safety.

Guyana Police Force Traffic Enforcement

Among the cases, 658 individuals were cited for exceeding the speed limit, while 23 faced charges for driving under the influence (DUI). Regional Division 4’C’ emerged as a frontrunner, contributing 755 cases during the period, with the highest daily count recorded on Tuesday, November 21, at 458 cases.

In tandem with enforcement actions, the Guyana Police Force’s Traffic Department has undertaken comprehensive educational initiatives. In addition to the thirty lectures given to schools, there were ten lectures specifically for drivers. Additionally, eight sensitization sessions took place in bars and restaurants with the support of daily radio messages, weekly live shows on NCN, and the distribution of safety advice through various media platforms like HJ, Radio Eve Leary, and other well-known ones.

The distribution of bumper stickers remains an ongoing effort as part of the broader campaign to promote road safety. The overarching goal is to foster a more informed public by encouraging conscientious and considerate road use. The Guyana Police Force emphasizes that road safety is not merely a slogan but a way of life, urging all road users to respect the road for the well-being of everyone. The commitment to realizing a safer roadway for all continues unabated.

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