The new IGP, Dr. Dampare is always working to fight criminal activities in the country as the criminals in the country seem to also play smart in their dealings. As a result of this new strategies have also been introduced into the system and as part of the Proactive Preventive Policing Strategy, the K-9 Unit of the Ghana Police Service, with renewed energy, has commenced its outdoor operations in Accra.
According to a release by the Ghana Police Service, personnel with highly-trained security dogs under leash have been strategically positioned across the Capital for operational patrols.
This component of policing is aimed at increasing the visibility of personnel, improving intelligence gathering, tracking of contraband goods and improving upon other aspects of criminal investigations, the statement added.
The Police Administration is still planning to extend this component of Police visibility to other regions.
We shall continue to pursue multiple Security and Visibility Modules to increase our interactions with the public and aggressively fight crime in our communities.
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