The Inspector-General of Police, Mr James Oppong-Boanuh has observed that the pursuit of human development is central to the Police Administration's reform agenda to make the Ghana Police Service one of the best police services in the world.
According to him, the attainment of this vision can only be possible when the capacity of personnel of the Service is enhanced in line with International Standards and Best Practices.
Mr. Oppong-Boanuh was speaking at the official opening ceremony of the promotion course for constables in the country.
The ceremony brought together junior police officers drawn from within various stations and units across the Greater Accra Region. Present also were some senior staff who graced the occasion.
It was held at National Police Training School auditorium on Monday June 14, 2020.
The Ghana Police Service officially opens this year's Promotional Course for its personnel pending promotion to their next rank, beginning with Constables. This course is simultaneously taking place across the country.
Speaking at the event, the Inspector-General of Police, Mr. James Oppong-Boanuh announced that: "We are beginning with Two Thousand Four Hundred and Fifty-Eight (2, 458) across the country today, and will subsequently run in batches from June to October until all the Eleven Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty-Four (11,854) personnel of various ranks who are pending promotion, are trained".
He urges all trainees to utilize the opportunity to broaden their horizon on contemporary law enforcement strategies, police administrative procedures and regulations to adequately prepare themselves examination and task ahead in their professional carriers.
Source:Joseph Kobla Wemakor|GhanaNewsOne
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