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Mr Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan Mr Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan , (AIGP)

The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service works in plain clothes. The personnel of this branch are employed as specialists in connection with various aspects of crime detection.

The Gold Coast Police Force now called the Police Service was Formed in 1894 but the real police work started in the then Gold Coast, now the Republic of Ghana, in the year 1921.

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DOVVSU STATION OFFICERS SCHOOLED

DOVVSU STATION OFFICERS SCHOOLED

Author: WebSec/Tuesday, March 31, 2015/Categories: Top News

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The Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit ( DOVVSU) of the Ghana Police Service in Collaboration with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has organized a two –day training workshop for DOVVSU Station officers in Accra .The training Programme is to upgrade the Knowledge of the officers to better handle Gender based Violence( GBV).

Speaking at the opening Ceremony of the programme, the Acting National Coordinator of  DOVVSU , ACP Habiba Twumasi Sarpong who gave the  welcome address, welcomed all the Course participants and emphasized that they should take the training Programme seriously so as to meet the challenging roles they play as Stations.

“Victims of the domestic violence have a lot of challenges ranging from material and Psycho-social support. The training is to equip you with the skills to handle both suspects and the victims of domestics violence Cases” –she added.

 ACP Habiba Twumasi Sarpong reiterated that the ability of DOVVSU to handle traumatized Victims or Survivors with and Professionalism will restore and boost Confidence victims have in in the Ghana Police Service.

She Concluded by expressing appreciation to the Police Administration , UNFA and UN country team in Ghana for the support given to the DOVVSU and called on others to do same.

On his part , the Director – General of Police Special Duties and HRD, DCOP Osabarima Oware Asare Pinkro III, who officially opened the two-day training  Programme on behalf of the Police Administration, Commended the UNFPA for its Collaboration with DOVVSU  in organizing the Counseling training Programme for the Station officers and called on the two parties to sustain the Partnership.

He emphasized that duties of Station officers in transforming the lives of victims of Domestics Violence is very important and this Professional behavior of officers gives hope and light to Such Victims.
‘You need to take the two-day Course Seriously because you represent a beacon of hope to the perishing, work for the perishing, work for the dying and care for the Suffering’ – he stressed.

DCOP Osabarima Oware Asare Pinkro III, concluded by calling on other organizations and stakeholders to emulate the kind gesture of UNFPA in order to bring gender based violence under control.

                                                     BY SGT. RICHMOND MENSAH (PAD)
 

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IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and National Security Advisor called to glory

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.

The IGP expressed his condolence to the family and pledged the Police Administration’s support for the family in the preparation of the final funeral rites and burial of the illustrious son of Ghana who served the Republic in various capacities. 

Accompanying the IGP to mourn with the bereaved family were POMAB members. Namely COP/Ms. Rose Bio-Atinga; Director-General/Technical, COP/Mr. Frank Adu-Poku; Director-General/Services, COP/Mr. Moses Ransford Ninson; Director-General/Welfare, COP/Mr. Nathan Kofi Boakye; Director-General/Research and Planning, DCOP/Mr. Maxwell Atingane; Director-General/MTTD, ACP/Mr. Edward Tabiri; Director-General/Legal and Prosecution  and C/Supt/Mr. Francis Tsidi, Chief Staff Officer.

Story by The Public Affairs Department .

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.

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The Police Administration wishes to inform the general public that there is no Police recruitment going on presently. Therefore the public are hereby advised to disregard rumours making the rounds that the Police are embarking on a recruitment exercise.































































































































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IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and National Security Advisor called to glory

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.

The IGP expressed his condolence to the family and pledged the Police Administration’s support for the family in the preparation of the final funeral rites and burial of the illustrious son of Ghana who served the Republic in various capacities. 

Accompanying the IGP to mourn with the bereaved family were POMAB members. Namely COP/Ms. Rose Bio-Atinga; Director-General/Technical, COP/Mr. Frank Adu-Poku; Director-General/Services, COP/Mr. Moses Ransford Ninson; Director-General/Welfare, COP/Mr. Nathan Kofi Boakye; Director-General/Research and Planning, DCOP/Mr. Maxwell Atingane; Director-General/MTTD, ACP/Mr. Edward Tabiri; Director-General/Legal and Prosecution  and C/Supt/Mr. Francis Tsidi, Chief Staff Officer.

Story by The Public Affairs Department .

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.

ALERT-FALSE POLICE RECRUITMENT

PRESS RELEASE

The Police Administration wishes to inform the general public that there is no Police recruitment going on presently. Therefore the public are hereby advised to disregard rumours making the rounds that the Police are embarking on a recruitment exercise.































































































































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