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Again, Cross River State Commissioner Of Police has sounded a note of warning to all the senior officers working under his Command, saying “If you are Corrupt you have no place in Cross River Command.”
Addressing the officers of the Command which include, The Area Commanders, Divisional Police Officers, DPOs and other senior cadre of the command, the Police Commissioner said a corrupt officer will breed corrupt rank and files and as such those who are corrupt will not find it easy in Cross River State Command.
“I’m not accusing any one of you for being corrupt because seeing your faces here, you all look decent and disciplined, but you know in every society or organization, the few bad ones will always be around and we are monitoring the situation here. I pray that you will not disappoint.” he said.
He reminded the officers of the Inspector General of Police position on corruption saying that as part of the vision to transform the Nigeria Police Force, the fight against crimes and criminality must be total including within the organization.
“The IG’s transformation policy of the Police Force starts with zero tolerance for corruption and all of us on the field must key into this.
“All of you here are fine officers, gentlemen and symbols of the police organization. You have an image to protect and you must protect and guard it jealously.
“The Inspector General of Police zero tolerance on corruption is still alive and the eagle eyes are watching you in your day to day activities .This is because all eyes are on the police so you must lead by example where ever you are on your duty.” he said.
It would be recalled that the Police Commissioner had earlier told the officers and men of the command to shun corruption and any indecent act that can tarnish the image of the organization when he resumed newly as the Cross River State command boss.
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