Cross River CP Trains Police Officers On Internal Security, Rerun Election, Others

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By Patrick Obia

The Commissioner of Police of Cross River State, CP Gyogon Augustine Grimah has organized and trained over three hundred (300) police officers in the State on internal security architecture for effective policing.

The training held in Police Officers’ Mess, Moore Road, Calabar, had senior officers, inspectors, and others in attendance.

The officers were also lectured on robust relationships with members of the public as they discharged their duties daily.

They were further armed with advice, tactics and strategies for the upcoming rerun election in Yala/Obanliku State Assembly and Biase/Akamkpa National Assembly slated for February 3, 2024.

The interactive lecture included questions and answer sessions aimed at effective service delivery.

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