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Pwalugu Police Public Safety Training School graduates 179 New Officers

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The Pwalugu Police Public Safety Training School has graduated its 2024 second batch of 179 new police officers, marking a significant boost to the country’s law enforcement capabilities. The graduating class, comprising dedicated and highly trained individuals, has completed an intensive training program designed to equip them with the skills and knowledge necessary to serve and protect the citizens of Ghana.

In his address at the school parade grounds, Commissioner of Police (ACP) Raymond Weijong Ali Adofiem, the review officer for the passing out parade, commended the graduates for their hard work and dedication, emphasizing the critical role they will play in maintaining law and order in the country.

ACP Weijong urged the officers, who have undergone rigorous training in various aspects of policing, including crime prevention, investigation, and community engagement, to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and integrity.

“To the graduates, as you embark on your careers as police officers, you must endeavor to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and integrity. The Police Administration is committed to its vision of being a world-class Police Service, capable of delivering planned, democratic, protective, and peaceful services up to the standards of international best practice,” he stated.

The Upper East Regional Minister, Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih, called on the new officers to take it as their responsibility to build public confidence and trust by avoiding negative conduct that will affect public confidence in the Police services.

“You have the ultimate responsibility to build that public confidence and trust by eschewing negative conduct which tends to adversely affect public confidence and bring the corporate image of the Service into disrepute. As you are no doubt aware, you have joined the Police Service at a very critical time in the development and governance process of the country and the sub-region at large.”

Out of the 179 new officers, 74 were females while 105 were males.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|David Azure | Pwalugu PPSTS|

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