Virtual reality in Guyana Prisons
Virtual Reality and Guyana’s Prison System: Control and Infection Prevention
The ongoing collaboration with the Guyana Prison Service has been well received. Here is what key stakeholders had to say.
Dr. Kwasi Sinclair, Head of Medical Department Guyana Prison Service, said:
‘I can attest that the department, and in general the prison service, is pleased to collaborate with the University of Leicester on this project ‘Virtual Reality in Guyana’s Prison System: Control and Infection Prevention’.
‘The Medical Department of the Guyana Prison Service extends heartfelt gratitude towards the aide given for the successful completion of this project and our support always for future endeavours.’
In addition to the letter of support these are some further comments from the GPS:
Mr Pilgrim: ‘This is a critical project for us that will help tremendously in the day to day operation of the system and the training of prison officers’
Mr Pilgrim: ‘This kind of material/technology is now being requested by other agencies’
Dr Tracey Bovell (Chairperson of Guyana’s COVID-19 Task Force): ‘Beneficial to have an organised system to collect data’.