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At 2:00 am on Friday. COP Dampare, together with some police management board arrived at Mallam junction and McCarthy hill to monitor the operations of the police officers on night duties. He continued to Weija and Kaneshie.
He shared some words of encouragement with the team and urged them to behave personally to avoid bringing disrepute to the profession.
“We are behind you and in front of you.All you have to do is to be professional and do the right thing and be civil to the public.” he said.
”If we are providing a service, we become servants to the people we are providing service to and how can the servant be shouting at the master. We have a number of things to do but the one we need to with is how we interact with public showing respect and courtesy and using golden words.”
COP Dampare and the team briefly also visited the Accra Regional Police Command and also moved to the police hospital.
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