As criminals continue to cause trouble for the citizenry and businesses in the country, the Ghana Police Service under the command of the Inspector-General Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has deployed the K-9 Unit to augment it's policing force. This special unit armed with sniffer dogs and other accoutrements has been deployed in the capital, Accra, and strategically positioned for patrol operations.
It appears the new Inspector General Of Police, Dr. George Akkufo Dampare is not leaving any stone unturn in his efforts to fight crime in the Country. Since hid appointment and subsequent swearing in as IGP, Dr. Dampare has instituted a lot of strategies to defeat crime in the Country.
The Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Alban Bagbin and Inspector-General of Police Dr George Akuffo Dampare have been urged to be vigilant as there are threats to their lives. Founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Nigel Gaisie who sounded this caution said he had a terrible vision about these persons, adding that it would be in their interest to take his words seriously.
Shatta Wale remains the topic of the day with a new turn on why he will be charged by the police. The Ghana police are currently very serious about false news about people who only create hoax for no reason but fame. When you decide to make a false statement about yourself and that you have been shot, the police needs to go extra mile to make sure you’re safe.
The Ghana Police service have reportedly announced the arrest of popular dancehall artiste Shatta Wale for spreading false information about his alleged gunshot attack. The according to the Police caused fear an panic and so has to be arrested for questioning and investigations. Few hours after the police announced the arrest of two people who were involved in this they have announced that of Shatta Wale himself and have stated that details will follow shortly on their Facebook page.
It appears the new Inspector General Of Police (IGP), Dr. Dampare continue to boost the morale of personnel of the Ghana Police Service with the introduction of many initiatives. The latest innovation by the IGP is the introduction of shuffle services for Police officers accross the Country.
The laws of the country are against the illegal possession, trade, or consumption of Indian hemp, popularly known as ‘wee’. Anyone who has tangible reasons for dealing in the substance should alert the Ministry of Health for approval before they will be allowed to go ahead.
Recently, the Ghana Police Service has been very proactive. It's amazing how quickly they now respond to issues just to ensure Ghanaians' safety. There appears to be a recent claim of a shooting involving Shatta Wale. The Ghana Police Service has responded with a statement on their official Facebook page.
Undoubtedly, COP Akuffo Dampare's appointment did not come as a surprise to many Ghanaians due to his unique prowess in handling topsy-turvy issues concerning criminal and investigative issues. Records have identify that he has been unanimously accepted by the general public. COP George Akuffo Dampare has gone down in the historical annals of the country as the 23rd Inspector General of Ghana Police.
As the new Inspector-General of Police in Ghana, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has become the man of the moment in the Ghana Police Service. Dampare had been the acting General of the same position since 1 August 2021, upon the retirement of his predecessor, before being appointed to the office by President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Dampare's Men Storm Shatta Wale's House Over Shooting Allegations And Drops A Statement [Screenshot]
The newly sworn in Inspector General of Police has really proved to be a master of his craft - investigation and good handling of allegations and cases on high crimes. Few months into office, he has exhibited his prowess and urge to serve his nation in the area of crime.
The new IGP, Dr. Dampare is always working to fight criminal activities in the country as the criminals in the country seem to also play smart in their dealings. As a result of this new strategies have also been introduced into the system and as part of the Proactive Preventive Policing Strategy, the K-9 Unit of the Ghana Police Service, with renewed energy, has commenced its outdoor operations in Accra.
The newly appointed Inspector General of Police force has started laying down a road map to make sure that crime is clumped down upon within the banking sector. This has been made known after a crunch meeting with the Bank of Ghana's Governor, Dr. Ernest Addison and some top officials within the banking sector.
We heard recently the IGP of Sierra Leone came to meet Dr George Akuffo Dampare, the Inspector General of Police and some of his men at the National Police Headquarters in Accra to see more ways of working together to promote law and order. Notwithstanding Dr Dampare hasn't been sleeping on his job after his appointment as Inspector General of Police as he holds series of meetings to help curb the rate of crime in the country.
The newly appointed Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has given what in his view, is the antidote in clumping down on criminal activities and promoting peace and security in the country. If this advice and "weapon" is observed and used, he is of firm believe that the security forces would be able to work in harmony and nothing can drag their good name in the mud.
Presidesnt Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has sworn in Dr. George Akuffo Dampare as the substantive Inspector General of Police (IGP) on Friday October 8, 2021. He is to take over from the outgoing IGP, James Oppong-Boanuh, who was directed by President Akufo-Addo to go on terminal leave effective August 1, 2021 pending his retirement from the police service on Thursday October 7, 2021.
Kelvin Taylor the host of With all Due Respect Extended Version have finally appeal to the IGP Dr Akuffo Dampare not to disappoint him in Cape Coast Tomorrow 11th October 2021. Speaking on the Loud Media Silence on Extended Version With all Due respect, Kelvin Taylor boldly stated that, the Police Commander in Central Region Cape Coast is try to make things clear as far as the elections to be held in Cape Coast Tomorrow is his concern.
The police officers are not giving a breathing space for notorious murderers and criminals to arrest. As long as they are not willing to give up their stubborn behaviour and conducts, the police will always be on their neck and they will deal with them as it is accorded.
Pursuant to President Akufo-Addo’s assurance of confirming Dr. George Akufo Dampare as 23rd Inspector General of Police of the Ghana Police Service, he has been sworn in. At the Jubilee House during the the ceremony which was done in the presence of dignitaries, President Akufo-Addo admitted he was left with very little choice than to appoint him to the substantive position.
When someone tells you that the current Inspector General of Police Dr George Akuffo Dampare was once a constable you will not believe it, maybe you accept if he himself comes in person to reveal this unusual news to you. Yesterday during the IGP's swearing in as the 23rd Inspector General of Police of the Ghana Police Service the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency President Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo the fourth President of the fourth republic made mention of how Dr George Akuffo Dampare Rose very fast through the ranks starting from a Constable to an acting IGP and now an IGP.