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Community policing

23 Apr 2017
The Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, has stressed the need for community policing and sued for active participation of everybody in the task of addressing certain security challenges in the neighborhood.
27 Jan 2017
The world today has identified various type of terrorism: State Terrorism, terrorism rooted in Ideology (left or right), Criminal Terrorism, Dissent Terrorism and Religious Terrorism.
20 Aug 2016
To achieve the objective for which Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC) was created, the new Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) for Zone 9 Command, Mr. Hosea Karma, has urged the PCRC ...
3 Jul 2016
At a time when Nigeria and indeed the rest of the world are faced with lots of security challenges, with no clear direction to permanently put the numerous attacks at bay ...

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