News Desk Report
Three of Ghana’s security services – the Police, the Immigration and Ambulance Services, have held joint exercises to train about five hundred and eight-four (584) of their personnel, at In-Service Tactical Training Sessions for the third batch of trainees in tactical operations, public order management and other skills.
The concurrent exercises, took place at two different locations – the Ghana Police Command and Staff College (GPCSC) at Winneba in the Central Region and Police Counter Terrorism Enactment and Concentration Camp (PCTECC) at Huhunya in the Eastern Region, on the 21st of August, 2020.
The exercises at the PCTECC, Huhunyah, were supervised by Chief Superintendent of Police Mr. Adofiem Raymond Wejong, while Chief Superintendent of Police Mr. Theodore Hlormenu, was in charge at the GPCSC, Winneba.
the Eastern Regional Police Commander – Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Mr. Johnson Oyrifi-Akrofi, who was in charge at the Huhunya Camp, urged personnel of the security services, to work as a team to ensure a successful and peaceful General Elections in 2020.
Additionally, the Commissioner in charge Operations – Commissioner of Immigration, Mr. Isaac Owusu Mensah, said the personnel are prepared to deal with any challenge, that they may face during the incoming election with respect to border patrol.
At GAPCSC, Winneba, Director of National Operations – DCOP Dr Sayibu Pabi Gariba, stated that the training will go a long way to build the confidence of personnel, to be able to counter any threat that will undermine the 2020 elections and beyond.
Present at the two ceremonies were Senior Officers from the Ghana Armed Forces, the Police, Immigration, Ambulance Services, Bureau of National Investigations, and Traditional Leaders.