A retired Police Officer and the MP for Wa West Constituency, Peter Lanchene Toobu, has said that if you are a Police Commander and you are surprised by criminals more than twice then, your Intel is dead.
Peter Lanchene Toobu made this statement as a panelist on 'THE BIG ISSUE' on CITI TV yesterday, 19th June 2021, when he gave his opinion on Ghana's internal security and increase in robberies.
According to him, what we are facing in Ghana is pure criminality. Violent crimes related to armed robberies are causing fear in the system, and it is within the domain of the Ghana Police Service to stop it.
"If you are a Police Commander and you are surprised more than twice, I will you in the face that you Intel is dead. Because when Intel is working, you surprise the criminal. Before they act, you are there, and even if they succeed in committing the crime before they escape, you arrest them." - he said
He added that the IGP knows that when you have a strategy that is not informed by intelligence, it becomes just a try and error, and anytime intelligence fails or when you lack intelligence, surprises are always common.
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