In the city of New York, with its great cosmopolitan population, there is no greater danger to the health, morals, safety and welfare of the city and its inhabitants than the existence of groups prejudiced against one another and antagonistic to each other because of their actual or perceived differences, including those based on race, color, creed, age, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, gender, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, partnership status, caregiver status, uniformed service, any lawful source of income, status as a victim of domestic violence or status as a victim of sex offenses or stalking, whether children are, may be or would be residing with a person or conviction or arrest record. The council hereby finds and declares that prejudice, intolerance, bigotry, and discrimination, bias-related violence or harassment and disorder occasioned thereby threaten the rights and proper privileges of its inhabitants and menace the institutions and foundation of a free democratic state.
This has since been amended by the Police Ordinance of Section 60 of Chapter 77 gives the Commissioner of Police power to make regulations governing the Police Force.
These rules and regulations are to be found in the Subsidiary Legislation Ordinances. Articles of the Constitutional Instruments govern certain matters pertaining to the Police Force. Article 1 states: Power to make appointments below the rank of inspector vests in the Commissioner of Police to such extent as may be prescribed by any law of the Legislature.
Police Force in September, The men in the B. Police Force are predominantly Africans. The numerical strength of the entire "E" Division of the Police Force at Mackenzie was thirty-one Wismar Police Station had thirteen 13 men, consisting of one sergeant, one corporal and eleven constables.
At the request of the Government, the Commissioner of Police had in carried out a review of the number of policemen in that area, and having regard to the population, he recommended that the strength of "E" Division be increased by the addition of seven men - one inspector, one corporal and five constables.
There was only one vehicle at Mackenzie and he recommended that another be obtained for the Wismar area and this was done. The other recommendation was not carried out.
Volunteer Force The B. The Commanding Officer is Col. Celso DeFreitas, who is responsible to the Governor for the Force. The Volunteer Force is about six hundred strong. The battalion is made up of a Headquarters Company in Georgetown and four rifle Companies of which one is stationed in New Amsterdam and another at Mackenzie.
Many of the ranks of "D" Company work and live at Wismar-Christianburg and Mackenzie and the majority of them are Africans. Orders for full embodiment of the company came at midday on In May,the British soldiers were under the command of Col.
King, Commander of the B. He takes orders relating to the British forces from the Governor as Commander-in-Chief. After the declaration of the state of emergency on Friday 22nd May,additional British soldiers were flown from the United Kingdom to British Guiana.
One platoon of the British army went into operation at Wismar at about 6.
They receive their training from the Police Force, are subject to discipline by the Commissioner of Police and can arrest for any crime committed on land or premises owned by Demba. Elsewhere they must make a report to the Police. Throughout the disturbances on May 25th, a few of these special constables were used by the Police at Wismar.
They are not allowed to carry arms nor are they trained in their use.
Conduct of the Security Forces at the Scene On the day of the disturbances at Wismar-Christianburg there were 57 cases of assault, including rape, which were treated at the Mackenzie Hospital.
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