We'll Continue To Fight Crime in Upper East- IGP
Inspector-General of Police, James Oppong-Boanuh says the Police administration will continue to go every length to fight crime in Upper East Region
The Inspector-General of Police, James Oppong-Boanuh, says the police have planned to curb criminal activities and arm robbery cases in the Upper East Region.
He said that the Police administration will continue to go every length to ensure crime, especially robbery activities in the Upper East Region is completely fought.
He assured that, until activities of robbers that have put the safety and lives of the general public at risk are totally weeded out in the region, the Police were never going to relent in their efforts.
The Inspector-General of Police was in the Upper East Region for a one-day working tour, today Wednesday, 17th 2021 as part of measures to clamp down arm robbery and criminal cases.
Mr. Oppong revealed that his visit was to sit with the Regional Police command to strategize in order to end the menace.
He said even though the regional command had already put in measures to deal with the surge in criminal activities in the region, much was still going to be done to ensure public safety is achieved.
Some of the hotspot areas the IGP visited include Sandema in the Builsa North Municipality, Chiana and Katiu areas under the Kassena-Nankana West District, Pusu Namongo in the Talensi District, and Bongo.