The Inspector General of Police in Sierra Leone, Dr. Ambrose Michael Sovula, on Tuesday [October 12] called on his Ghanaian counterpart, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare at the National Police Headquarters in Accra. The visit afforded the Sierra Leaonean police chief the opportunity to congratulate his counterpart for his recent elevation to the highest office that the police force has to offer and to discuss ways the two can collaborate to effectively fight crime in their respective countries.
The two Police Heads discussed issues relating to best practices in Community Oriented Policing, exchange programmes for personnel and other matters affecting the internal security of both Ghana and Sierra Leone. They also proposed an MOU on law enforcement for consideration by their respective governments to foster stronger bilateral relations between the two countries.
Present at the meeting were, Director-General Administration, COP/Mr. Christian Tetteh Yohuno, Director-General legal and Prosecution, COP/Mr. Kofi Boakye, Director-General National Patrols Department COP/Mr. Paul Manly Awuni and Director-General Human Resource, COP/Mr. Fred Adu Anim.
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