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IGP introduces shuttle service for police

IGP introduces shuttle service for police
The Ghana Police Service has introduced shuttle services for its personnel.

The intervention is meant to facilitate the movement of personnel to and from their places of residence to various duty posts.

The programme, which has been implemented in 15 of the 18 police operational regions, is intended to ease the burden on officers who commute to duty, as well as ensure that personnel who carry weapons for duty, do so under safe conditions.

The police administration has, therefore, deployed buses to designated routes with pick-up and drop-off points to ensure the safe and easy transportation of personnel, especially during the rush hour when movement along the roads is usually a struggles.

The administration acknowledged that some members of the general public had expressed concern about the practice of police personnel boarding commercial vehicles with weapons and the possible dangers it posed to other occupants of these vehicles.

The police said in a statement that the spectacle of uniformed officers struggling to get on board vehicles during the rush hour is not good for morale in the service and does not inspire public confidence in the police.

The administration said it is certain that the shuttle service will reduce these concerns and ensure that both the police officers and the commuting public go about their duties in safety and dignity.

It is also expected to give some respite to officers and further boost their morale for enhanced performance

Source: ghanaweb.com

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