It appears the resolve by the new Inspector General Of Police, Dr. George Akkufo Dampare to maintain law and order in the Country is yielding results. Police in Accra this afternoon arrested a commercial car driver for urinating on the road. The trotro driver was seen urinating on the road as he park his car and decided to do so.
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 Ghana Police Service has started training personnel of the service on how to combat terrorism and other crime in the Country. This high risk operational training took place today at the Police counter terrorism enactment and concentration camp at Huhunya in the Eastern Region. The personnel were taken through training on improvised explosive devices with demonstrations.
The Inspector General Of Police, Dr. George Akkufo Dampare has visited 3 injured Police officers who were involved in a fatal accident on the Walewale Tamale Highway on Thursday night, 21st, October 2021. The injured Police officers were part of a team that got involved in the accident in which two officers lost their lives.
It appears the good works of Ghana's Inspector General Of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akkufo Dampare in dealing with crime is attracting interest from his colleagues in the African Continent. Yesterday, October 12th, 2021, the Sierra Leonean Inspector General Of Police, Dr. Ambrose Michael Sovula paid a courtesy call on Dr. Dampare at the National Police Headquarters.
The acting Inspector General Of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akkufo Dampare today visited bereaved families of three people who were murdered by suspect Richard Appiah at Abesim. The acting IGP also also visited some Police officers who sustained various degree of injuries in line of duty.