Ghana Police

All new officers who pass out of the police training school can now swim and drive as the Police training module has been reviewed to make trainees more efficient in responding to current crime trends.

This was disclosed by the Inspector-General of Police Dr. George Akuffo Dampare at a public lecture on Policing at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

According to the IGP, the police training school module has been changed to make it more practical and effective.

“The training school module has been changed to make it 75% practical and 25% theoritical. Now all new police officers who leave the training school can swim and drive as part of the training so they can meet the criminals anywhere.

If the criminals choose to swim, the officers will meet them. We are taking all necessary measures to ensure that we protect lives and properties”.

“From headquarters to regional level we send documents electronically that we need not to find people to come pick it up and do that,” Dr. Dampare added.

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