The Inspector General of Police, Mr. Mohammed Alhassan, has unveiled and an ambitious programme to, in his own words, “reaffirm public confidence in the Ghana police service.”
He said the public image of the police service had sunk so low that urgent steps needed to be taken to salvage the image of the Service.
Launching his one year Public Confidence Re-affirmation Campaign in Accra Tuesday, Mr. Alhassan cited acts of distortion, unlawful arrests and prolonged detention, meddling in civil matters by police officers, among others as the causes of the sunken image of the Ghana Police Service.
He enumerated steps the police administration under his tutelage is taking to reverse the situation.
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