Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Akuribah Yaagy, Eastern Regional Police Commander, has urged members of the Police Women Association (POLAS), to use their position to mentor school children at the Police basic schools.
He said by getting closer to the children and interacting with them, it could help boost the children’s confidence, and motivate them to study hard .
DCOP Yaagy made the call at the commissioning of a kitchen for the Police pre basic school, as part of activities marking the 25th Anniversary celebration of POLAS in Koforidua.
The kitchen was constructed at the cost of GH?3,500 with funding from POLAS.
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Mrs Eunice Annor, of the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU) and Chairman of the Association, entreated all police women to join POLAS, because it was for their welfare.
She urged police women to remain united, be active members, and contribute their quota to the development of the Police Service .
Police Superintendent Emmanuel Adu Awuku, Manager of the school, expressed management’s gratitude to POLAS for coming to their aid with a kitchen.
The school has a current pupil population of 70, at the cr?che, nursery one and two, and kindergarten one and two levels.