Commissioner of Police (COP), John Kudalor, the Director-General of Operations of the Ghana Police Service, has hinted that the Police are up to the task ahead of them in ensuring that peace continued to exist in the country.
He said they were putting every measure in place to maintain the law and are urgently making necessary resources available to the Police in every part of the country to curb any disorder as well as protect the citizenry.
COP Kudalor was addressing the media in Koforidua on Friday, when the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr Mohammed Alhassan, visited the Eastern Regional Police Command to inspect a parade of the various Operations Units of the Service in the region.
He urged the public to be law abiding at all times to make the work of the Police effective in maintaining peace in the country.
“For us as policemen, we are not going to be selective in executing our duties but to be there for all irrespective of one’s status in the society,” he said.
On his part, the IGP urged the officers to be diligent, honest and hard working in the discharge of their responsibilities as policemen, who seek the peace and good of the nation.
The inspection exercise is being embarked upon by the National Police Administration throughout the country to ascertain their readiness for any public order and to take notes of what the various units lacks and seek ways to urgently address such needs.
The exercise was also to ensure that the policemen are conversant with the usage of the various arms for their operations.