Police Assure Ghanaians of a Peaceful Election on December 7

The Inspector General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, has assured Ghanaians that the police will ensure this year’s election is conducted peacefully.

Peaceful election on December

Dr. Dampare made this remark at the passing-out ceremony of 448 recruits who graduated from the Ho Police Training School on 21st February 2024.

He also assured Ghanaians that the police would not tolerate any misconduct during and after the election. He emphasized that Ghana is a peaceful country, so the police under his administration will ensure that peace is maintained.

The Inspector General of Police also urged civilians to provide information to the police (See Something, Say Something) so that we can continue to enjoy the peace we currently have.

Dr. Dampare, who was the reviewing officer, urged the newly appointed officers to uphold professionalism in their duties. He further urged the recruits to work for the satisfaction of Ghanaians rather than any politician.

He congratulated the recruits for their impressive display and also advised them to respect their senior officers and take their work very seriously.

The training lasted six months, and four recruits were awarded for their conduct. G Recruit Maxwell Oyetey, was adjudged the overall best recruit.

The recruits studied criminal law, and child trafficking, among other subjects. ACP Acolatse, the Officer in command of the training school, charged the recruits to abide by the code of the service and to refrain from engaging in criminal acts.

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