The Ghana Police Service team K-9 Unit has unveiled new operation using dogs. The new IGP Dampare in his latest operation with his men to be intensified in the millitary service particular in the Police Service has unveiled their trained dogs. Following the unveiling of the dogs, the Police Service has urge all the people who are involved in any criminal act but think the police can not arrest them to be aware of their dogs.
According to the Police Service, they are trying all their possible best to intensify their operation to keep the country in a safe position. It seems the new Inspector of Ghana Police Service is always focusing on how to make the Ghana Police Service fully armed, that is a great job.
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