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IGP charges police to show professionalism

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patrick_acheampong.jpgMr Patrick Kwarteng Acheampong, Inspector General of Police (IGP), has
charged Police men and women to exhibit a high sense of professionalism
in the discharge of their duties.

He
also called on them to collaborate with the public, especially
traditional authorities, in their efforts to maintain law and order in
society.

Mr Acheampong was inaugurating two Police stations
and barracks at Sefwi-Anhwiaso and Subriso, built a total cost of
GHC1.6 million at separate functions at the weekend.

The projects were funded by the Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai District Assembly with part of its Common Fund.

The
IGP urged the public to refrain from unnecessary confrontation with the
police when there was a problem but to rather cooperate with them to
find a peaceful solution to issues.

Mr Kingsley Adjei Manu,
District Chief Executive (DCE), indicated that the Assembly intends
constructing additional Police stations at Sefwi-Bekwai and Bibiani
next year.

He appealed to the Police Administration to provide the Bibiani District Police with a vehicle to facilitate their work.

Mr
Manu stressed the need for the Police to be circumspect and always work
within the perimeters of the law and that of the police code of ethics.

Source: GNA

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