Ghana’s Police-Population ratio improves

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This, a according to the report, translates to women to men ratio of 1:3 in 2012 as against 1:3.6 in 2011.

The 2012 annual progress report of the implementation of the GSGDA one said the year under review recorded an increase in the areas of  traffic management, highway patrol, and community policing activities, day and night patrols and snap checks across the country.

The report attributed the increase in activities ‘mainly due to the massive recruitment in 2012, and the general elections which led to the withdrawal of some officers from various offices to support the frontline duties.’

The report said analysis of the crime data showed continuous improvement in the crime situation in 2012, explaining that a total number of 228,633 complaints were received throughout the country, representing a 1.4 per cent reduction in 2012, compared to one per cent reduction recorded in 2011.

It said 96 per cent were registered as true cases while the remaining four per cent were refused cases, regarded as trivial, civil in nature or false and so did not warrant police action.

The report said assault, stealing and threatening continued to top the commonly reported offences in 2012, constituting 39.6 per cent, 27.9 per cent and 12.3 per cent respectively.

It said similar pattern was observed in 2011 when assault, stealing and threatening constituted 41 per cent, 28.6 per cent and 12, 3 per cent respectively of the commonly reported offences.

‘Similar to 2011,major crimes including rape, defilement and robbery constituted only 1.9 per cent of the commonly reported offences, while there was decline in armed robbery cases(-8.8 per cent) and possession, use and distribution of narcotic drugs(-6.5 per cent) in 2012,there were increases in reported cases of rape(3.7 per cent) and defilement(12.4 per cent).’ 

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