Ghana Police is out in line of Taking Policing to the Door Step of People
POLICE STRENGTHEN ENGAGEMENT WITH FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS WITH A VISIT TO THE NATIONAL MOSQUE
In line with the Police Service’s strategy of taking policing to the doorstep of the people, the Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo-Dampare, yesterday led some members of the Police Management Board and officers of the Accra Regional Police Command, to the National Mosque to engage the National Chief Imam, His Eminence Sheikh Dr. Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, some elders of the Muslim community and other Muslim faithfuls.
More of such visits will be rolled out across the country as part of efforts to strengthen relations with faith-based organizations.
The visit was part of the Accra Regional tour by the IGP which began two weeks ago to touch base with personnel of the region as has been done for other regions, engage with members of the public and assess our service delivery to enable us serve the public better. So far, the IGP and his team have visited the Amasaman, Adjen Kotoku, Pokuase, Tesano, Mile 7, Achimota, Cantonments, La, Osu, Nima, Kotobabi and Adabraka Police Districts.