Posted by News Express | 24 March 2016 | 2,863 times
The police in a meeting with security stakeholders in Delta State, south-south Nigeria, said it would partner with the civil society and other security stakeholders to checkmate crime.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr Solomon Arase, gave the indication for the partnership on Wednesday during an interactive session with members of the PPRC, vigilante groups, traders and other stakeholders in Delta State.
He appreciated the efforts of the different security bodies in fighting crime, where they expressed themselves on some of the challenges faced while trying to carry out the onerous task of crime prevention.
Addressing the men of the Delta State Police Command, the Mr Arase commended his men for their hard work and dedication in carrying out their duties, stressing the importance of community policing.
On the clashes between cattle herdsmen and farmers in various communities in Delta State, he said that caution must be applied to avoid making mistakes. (Channels TV)
•Photo shows IGP Arase.
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