The Ghana Police is in no way going to give criminal any chance to breath. This has resulted in the service relentlessly introducing new policies, methods and tactics in fighting crime and ensuring the streets and communities are safe and devoid of any criminals or any criminal activities.
The presence of the K-9 unit on the street, though might cause some level of fear and panic in those who fear dogs, it will also scare criminals away and discourage them from committing crimes in areas where these dogs are located.
This new initiative, combined with existing ones, like the horse patrol initiative will increase police visibility in our communities and also stop all sort of nonsense criminals engage in on our streets and in our communities.
You can tell these guys are not here to joke at all. Finally, the narrative is changing and the criminals are running out of time, because, thier time will soon be up.
We look forward to more innovative and enticing crime fighting initiatives by the police.
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