The completion of most senior high school students has over the years seen the destruction of school properties by these young graduants.
Recently we heard of certain incidents happening in the Senior High Schools and this includes the Nyinahin Senior High school where the students set the dormitories on fire.
On that incident according to the Police, preliminary investigations have established that on the day of the destruction most of the final year students had checked out of campus and the continuing students were at rosary prayers. Investigations are still ongoing to determine the actual cause of the inferno.
According to the Ghana Police Service, in pursuit of their Proactive Prevention Policing Strategy(PPP Strategy ), they have held talks with final year students and school authorities in most of the Senior High Schools in the country.
Interactions with Senior High School Students
Our interactions focused on the need for students to uphold the law and the rules and regulations of their school. We also highlighted on the criminal implications of such behaviour and the dire consequence that offenders could face and the implications on their future, they said.
The team expressed joy as they said their intervention yielded the expected results.
The Police expressed their profound gratitude to the school authorities and student body for coorporating with them in maintaining law and order.
The Police Administration continues to entreat all school authorities, parents, guardians and the general public to continue their engagement with the young ones on their civic responsibilities including their role in maintaining law and order.
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