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FCT CP makes case for community policing

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Commissioner of Police, Wilson Inalegwu, has restated the need for FCT communities to partner with the command in its renewed…

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Commissioner of Police, Wilson Inalegwu, has restated the need for FCT communities to partner with the command in its renewed efforts to fight crime in the city.
He reiterated that the command will continue to operate an open door policy that will include the participation of FCT residents in its fight against crime. 
Inalegwu made this call yesterday when he visited Galadimawa community to inaugurate its newly built police outpost, which was initiated by the Officer-in-Charge of Galadima, DSP Uket Ofem with the support of   members of the community. The building of the project was supervised by the Lugbe Divisional Police Officer, CSP Oyanwenda Ekoh-J.
Earlier in his remarks, the District Head of Galadimawa, Alhaji Musa Barde, while expressing his appreciation to the Commissioner of Police for setting an indelible record of being the first commissioner of police to visit the community, commended the effort of the police personnel attached to the outpost for being alive to their duty and fighting gallantly against criminals in the community.
 

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