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Police assure public of sufficient security measures to combat crime

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The Director of Public Affairs at the Police Headquarters, Sheila Abayie Buckman, says it is the mandate of the police to ensure the safety of the general public.

Speaking on GBC’s current affairs program on Uiiq FM, ‘FOCUS’, Mrs. Sheila assured the general public that soon enough the police will come out with the update on the investigation of the resent murders in the country and its completion for the Attorney General to continue prosecution.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Bureau of Public Safety, Nana Yaw Akwada also mentioned that the public should engage the Law enforcement and the Civil Society for them to work hand in hand with the police to bring down the continues rising of crime in the Country.

Mr. Akwada then urged all stakeholders in the country’s security to have grip on violent crimes.

The Foreign Policy and Security Analyst, Adib Saani advised the public to put pressure on the stakeholders and politicians to commit themselves to providing the necessary retraining and resources for the police to do their work efficiently.

He then added that, there is the need for every police officer to have a fair understanding of crime scene investigation.

The Director of Operations at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), ACP Joseph Oklu noted that the police are doing their possible best to unravel and offer the kind of security that the good people of Ghana needs.

By: Adu Boahen Mabel.

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