The Western Regional Police Command will soon embark on the mass transfer of police personnel in the Jomoro District of the Western Region, DCOP Isaac Quainoo, Western Regional Police Commander has hinted

The transfer is likely to affect those who had stayed at their respective duty post for a very long time, to enable them to gain fresh ideas and experience elsewhere to enhance service delivery.

DCOP Quainoo dropped the hint during his maiden working visit to Half Assini in the Jomoro District barely two months after assuming office as the Regional Police Commander.

He asked police personnel who would be affected by the transfer to co-operate with the Command to ensure a smooth exercise.

He urged people in the district to expose criminals in the area to ensure a crime-free society.

He pointed out that the civilian population played a critical role in combating crime, and asked the public to continue providing vital information to the police to help track down on criminals.

The Regional Commander expressed the Police Administration?s determination to increase the number of police personnel across the country, to meet the public/police ratio, and asked the district assemblies to support with accommodation.

He commended land lords and ladies for accommodating the police personnel over the years, and asked them to continue supporting the Service in providing shelter for the personnel.

Nana Kaku Andenle the first, Chief of Enzemetianu, appealed to the Police Command to deploy more personnel to the area due to frequent criminal activities in the area.

He said the Traditional Council has allocated a vast land for a new police station, barracks and a district police headquarters, and urged the new Regional Police Commander to ensure its development.

The Chief lauded the police/public relationship, and appealed for an additional police patrol vehicle to intensify patrols in the area. GNA

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