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Mass Police Recruitment: 395 Recruits pass out

395 police recruits have passed out from Ahafo Kenyasi no.1 Police training school.

They are the first batch of recruits for 2022 who have successfully completed the Basic Police Training programme.

During the six-month training, the recruits acquired skills in riding, driving, swimming, crowd control, incident, disaster, crime scene and traffi c management, radio communication, intelligence gathering and community-based patrols.

Other programmes included charge offi ce management, access control, arrest and search procedures, use of force procedures and human rights, client care and professional police ethics, tactical progression, weapon handling and high risk operation.

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Also, deserving recruits were honoured for their sterling performances in the fields they were adjudged in.

COP Godfred Owusu Boaterng -Director General Audit Headquarters was the reviewing officer for the parade, said the service under the new administration had positioned itself to ensure that personnel exhibited international best practices in consonance with the vision of the service.

He said that would enhance the way the police controlled crowd and maintained law and order in the country.

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Ahafo Kenyasi no.1 Manhene Nana Osei Kofi Abiri congratulated the recruits, urged them to adhere to police Administration rules and regulations and promised to assist the training school.

Finally, DCe for Asutifi North Hon. Anthony Adjei Mensah assured of government full support when the need arises towards developing the training school.

Report filed by Joe Pawa

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