Community Policing Advisory Committee Inaugurated by Rivers State Government



Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has inaugurated the State Community Policing Advisory Committee (SCPAC) and State Community Policing Committee (SCPC) with a charge to members to sustain the peace in the state.

The State Community Policing Advisory Committee has 17 members while the State Community Policing Committee has 9 members with the State Chairman of Traditional Rulers Council, King Dandeson Douglas JAJA as Chairman.
Speaking during the inauguration at the Banquet Hall, Government House, Port Harcourt, Governor Wike who was represented by the State Deputy Governor, Dr. Ipalibo Harry Banigo charged members of the committees to discharge their duties according to their constitutional mandate.
Governor Wike also enjoined members of the committees to ensure that the peace already attained in the state is maintained in order to attract investors.
“On behalf of the Governor of Rivers State, I hereby inaugurate the Rivers State Community Policing Advisory Committee and I wish to charge you to follow closely the tenets of the purpose for which you are set up by promoting justice, judgement and fairness to all.


“Rivers State is a peaceful and hospitable state and we will like to see that these committees add value to what the Governor has been doing to keep the peace in the state.
“We will like to assure the committees that the state government is committed to supporting security agencies in the fight against crime and criminality with the provision of adequate logistics,” he stated.
In his speech, the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu represented by the Supervisory Deputy Inspector General of Police, South-South Zone, Anthony Ogbizi Michael said the inauguration marked the commencement of community policing in the state.



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