Police Service: Don’t Entertain Fears Of violence The Ghana Police Service has advised Ghanaians not to entertain fears of violence in the wake of the Supreme Court’s verdict. Speaking on Eye Witness News, the Public Relations Officer of the Greater Accra Regional Police Service, DSP Freeman Tettey said “the police was poised to use a professional approach in enforcing laws […]
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Police Service Deploys Special Forces Ahead of SC Verdict. The Ghana Police Service has deployed 455 Police officers drawn from its special unit to man flash point areas across the entire country ahead of Thursday’s pronouncement of the election petition verdict. Director General of Operations of the Police Service, COP John Kudalor in an interview with XYZ News said the […]
4-year-old Boy Reports Mother To Police A FOUR-YEAR-old boy at Konongo Odumase on Saturday morning shocked people in his household when he walked to the police station to call for the arrest of his mother. Kwame Isaac was incensed when his mother, Maa Abena, 31, thrashed him for refusing to obey a simple rule. The mother was frying fish and Isaac was […]
Accra- Policeman Remanded For Robbery The Accra Circuit Court yesterday remanded in prison custody a 28-year-old policeman, Benjamin Terkutey, who is alleged to have robbed an official of the Chinese Embassy in Accra. Terkutey pleaded not guilty to the charge of robbery and was remanded by the presiding judge, Mr Francis Obiri, to reappear on September 2, 2013.
Don’t Come To Supreme Court If You Have No Business There The Police administration has warned that only people who have duties to perform at the Supreme Court on 29th August will be allowed at the premises. “Those who have no business doing at the Supreme Court should preferably stay at home to watch the proceedings and listen to the […]
Election Petition Verdict: Mahama Impressed With Security Arrangements President John Dramani Mahama says he is impressed with the security arrangement to ensure law and order in the country after the Supreme Court has given judgement on the election petition. He also expressed satisfaction with the high morale and level of preparedness of security men and women towards maintaining peace and […]
Ghana Police Service To Open 200 Police Stations Ghana Police Service is to open 200 new police stations under a five-year development plan to make its presence felt at the remotest part of the country, the Inspector-General of Police, Mr Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan, has disclosed. Currently, the service has 747 police stations, 201 police administrative districts, 55 divisions and 11 […]
Police Meet NDC, NPP Over Election Declaration The police top brass, led by the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan, yesterday met with the leadership of the two main political parties to discuss how to maintain law and order in the aftermath of the 2012 presidential election petition before the Supreme Court.
Salaga Riots: Police Start Investigations The Northern Regional Police Command is appealing to residents of Salaga who witnessed the burning down of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) office to assist the Service with requisite information as it continues its investigations. The announcement comes after the commencement of investigation by the police aimed at bringing to book all the perpetrators involved […]
Ghana Police Service Dismisses 108 Officers One hundred and eight police officers were dismissed from the Ghana Police Service between 2010 and June, this year, as a result of their involvement in various criminal activities. An additional 132 personnel of the service were demoted, while 239 were sanctioned, during the period.
Police Assure Law And Order After Supreme Court verdict The Ghana Police Service says it is adequately prepared to maintain law and order after the Supreme Court pronounces its verdict on the ongoing election petition. The Service says it is also liaising with other security agencies such as the Prisons Services and the Immigration Service to ensure that the peace […]
Police Beef Up Security in Tamale About 350 additional police personnel have been deployed to the Northern Region to maximize security operations. This has increased police visibility in the Tamale metropolis and other districts that have been earmarked as flashpoints. In an exclusive interview with Citi News, the Northern Regional police Commander, DCOP Ken Yeboah said the intervention by the […]