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The participants from various police outfits in the country will stay in the College for five weeks and will be schooled on disciplines including, managing the media, effective leadership skills and cyber crime.

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Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Beatrice Vib-Sanziriat used the occasion to commend the Commandant and Staff of the Ghana Police Command for successfully implementing nine training courses since the inception of the College.

The course is to build the capacities of the participants to help them improve their previous knowledge and to better prepare them for challenges they may confront in the execution of law enforcement duties.

DCOP Vib-Sanziriat said capacity building is one of the important initiatives any institution or business entity must embark upon if it wants to achieve its stated objectives.

“The Police administration recognizes this fact and have put in place measures to ensure that personnel of all ranks attend capacity building training programmes annually to enable them provide quality, effective and efficient law enforcement services”, she said.

DCOP Vib-Sanziriat said since the inception of the College over a year ago, it has been used to upgrade the capacity of over 350 officers who are currently holding various command positions in the service.

Assistant Commissioner of Police Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah, Commandant of the College, congratulated the participants for securing a seat in the College and expressed the hope that they would gain useful skills.


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