Police should have no place for undesirable characters


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A retired Police Commissioner, has called for decisive action to purge the police service of undesirable characters creating image problems for the service.

By Josephine
Nyarkoh, GNA

Kumasi, Aug 26, GNA
– A retired Police Commissioner, has called for decisive action to purge the
police service of undesirable characters creating image problems for the
service.

Mr. Kwasi Nkansah,
who is the President of the National Association of Retired Police Officers
(NARPO), said there should be no room for any acts of indiscipline and
criminality.

His call comes on
the heels of the reported involvement of two police officers in a robbery
attack on a GCB Bank bullion van at Ekye-Amanfrom in the Afram Plains South
that left one person killed and a policeman escorting the vehicle, injured.

Barely a week after
that despicable incident, another two officers were caught in car
snatching.   

Speaking to the
Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Kumasi, he described these recent happenings as
tasteless and worrying.

Mr. Nkansah said
everything should be done to stop the few bad nuts from tarnishing the
reputation of the service through their criminal conduct.

He reminded serving
officers to get right with the law to sustain public confidence and trust.

He also appealed to
the senior officers to continue to inspire and assist their subordinates to
uphold high moral values.

GNA


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