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  • Thursday, 18 April 2024
Internal Affairs Minister Tours Pujehun and Mano River Police Division

Internal Affairs Minister Tours Pujehun and Mano River Police Division

On a mission to bolster law enforcement efforts, Major-General Rtd. David Taluva, the Internal Affairs Minister, led a tour to engage police officers stationed in Pujehun and the Mano River Division. The primary objective of this tour was to inspire and motivate officers to prioritize vigilance and proactivity in their duties.

 

Accompanied by the Regional Police Commander South, Assistant Inspector General of Police Brima Kanneh, Minister Taluva held meetings with officers stationed across various locales. These sessions aimed to discuss the challenges officers face in their daily operations and to emphasize the importance of taking proactive measures to identify and address potential threats before they escalate.

 

In addition to reinforcing the significance of community engagement, Minister Taluva urged officers to cultivate strong relationships with the communities they serve. By building trust and collaboration, law enforcement can acquire valuable intelligence and information essential for crime prevention and public safety maintenance.

 

Assistant Inspector General Brima Kanneh expressed gratitude to the Minister for this timely initiative, citing the Southern Region’s commendable performance in crime reduction efforts. He praised the Minister’s commitment to supporting and motivating officers in their duties.

 

An integral part of the tour was the interactive sessions that allowed officers to share their experiences and concerns directly with the Minister. This facilitated a comprehensive understanding of the challenges confronting the police force and provided a platform for addressing grievances and issues promptly.

 

The tour culminated at the Police Regional Headquarters in Bo City, where Minister Taluva reiterated the arduous nature of the fight against corruption. Despite the challenges, he expressed confidence in the police force's ability to minimize corruption. He also commended the police for their unwavering support and commitment during the failed attempted coup in Freetown in November.

 

In conclusion, the tour led by the Internal Affairs Minister and Regional Police Commander aimed to inspire officers to embrace proactive and vigilant approaches in their law enforcement roles. By instilling a sense of pride and responsibility, the Minister endeavors to contribute to the creation of a safer and more secure society for all citizens.

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