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Anambra Police Commissioner stresses importance of administrative proficiency to officers

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The Anambra State Commissioner of Police, CP Nnaghe Obono Itam, has emphasized the significance of administrative proficiency among Police officers.

CP Itam, held lectures for officers of the heads of units in the Administrative Department of the State Command on Tuesday.

During the lecture, that took place at the State Command’s Headquarters in Amawbia on Tuesday, he stressed the importance of efficient administration in the Police force, highlighting its impact on effective policing and public trust.

The Police Commissioner encouraged officers to prioritize administrative excellence, adopt best practices, and continuously develop their skills to enhance the overall performance of the Police Command.

By doing so, the Police can better serve the community and maintain law and order in the state.

The CP noted that the department is tasked with managing strategic planning, welfare, and human resources, as well as assessing performance in the Force.

CP Itam stated that the Nigeria Police Force, as a disciplined, transparent, responsible, responsive, and accountable institution, will never condone any form of abuse of office, corruption, or any other unprofessional conduct, especially as it concerns the handling of correspondence or mail.

He reiterates that such anomalies, aside from negating the professional calling of the police, are unacceptable as they affect the entire execution of policies and directives, thereby widening the trust gap between the citizens and the force.

The CP, however, reiterated the command’s commitment to enhancing law enforcement, public order, public safety, and support services to the state.

In another development, the Commissioner of Police paid a courtesy visit to the Department of State Services (DSS), Anambra State Command, and he stated that the agency is a key partner in fighting crime and stabilising internal security in the state.

He further seeks greater cooperation and collaboration, especially in intelligence gathering, joint operations, and other sundry activities.

The CP was received by the Director of State Services, Mr Adesina Bolarinwa, and other senior members of the management of the service.

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