FCT Police Re-Assures Residents Of An Improved Security Architecture

As CP urges residents to disregard fake news of miscreants on the rampage.

Unreasonable pressure and the desire to end the year on a high note are characteristics of the ember month, particularly the yuletide window. These frequently result in an increase in crime and criminality, which forces the police to remain resolutely in front of the drawing board continually developing crime-fighting measures to meet and overcome the development of crime.

According to a press release signed by the FCT Police Command Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Josephine Adeh, ANIPR, Mipra, said that the Commissioner of Police CP Babaji Sunday presiding over a sitting of Very senior officers of the command during the latest of such reappraisal in the early hours of Tuesday 29th November 2022, noted with gratitude the level at which members of the public have been executing their Civic obligations through the rendition of prompt and concise information towards the advancement of the Command’s onward crusade against crime and criminality.

While the command continues to foster its relationship with the members of the public in compliance with the global best practice of community policing, members of the public are urged not to relent in partnering with the police, particularly in the already lauded aspect of information rendition.

FCT Commissioner of Police, Babaji Sunday

It is pertinent to state at this point that the command is not ignorant of the generation and promulgation of fake news as seen in some sections of the media, suggesting that criminal elements are on the rampage in the FCT. The Command wishes to state categorically that the news, targeted at creating panic in the Territory is a brainchild of malicious elements and lacks credence.

Consequently, members of the public are urged to outrightly disregard such news, especially those not verified by any official quarters, and are enjoined to go about their lawful duties without the fear of Harassment or molestation of any kind or from any quarters

The command assured the good people of the FCT of its commitment to the sustenance and improvement of the relative peace enjoyed in the Territory. while vigilance is strongly advised, suspicion or abnormal occurrence is to be reported through the following numbers: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653, and 08028940883, while the Public Complaint Bureau (PCB) desk, could be reached at 09022222352

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