Kaduna CP Charge Promoted Officers To Exhibit Integrity 

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By: Mayen Etim

KADUNA, North-West, Nigeria – Newly promoted Police Officers of the Kaduna State Police Command have been charged to exhibit integrity and refuse to allow religion, ethnic, political or personal feelings or other considerations to influence their decisions.

The State Commissioner of Police, Mr Austin Iwar gave the charge at the decoration ceremony of 32 senior officers of the Command in Kaduna on Monday, June 25, 2018..
Iwar said that the officers’ attributes should consist of impartiality, honesty and incorruptibility as they discharge their responsibility.
He added that it is therefore expected that the new officers’ elevation will bring on board fresh ideas, skills and impetus to serve people better.
He informed the new officers that their elevation comes at a time when the Force is faced with diverse challenges occasioned by new crime dimension and increasing sophistication in crime.

“It is expected that as you occupy this new positions, you will redouble your effort in the discharge of your responsibilities to make our communities safer, and sustain the confidence of the public in the Police to protect them.

“You must have thorough understanding and knowledge of the laws, Police Orders and instructions necessary for meticulous performance of your duties. You must exhibit courtesy, forbearance, patience, tolerant and control your temper in trying situations.

“The Force expects that you will initiate and develop new strategies to deal with and eliminate area of responsibility and the State at large.

“On my part and the State Police Command Management Team, we will always be available to guide you along the way and therefore, feel free to seek our counsel at any time, as our doors are open at all times for you.

“Always remember that you are now like a refined person and utmost discipline and professionalism must be your watch word at all times,” he said.

Thirty-two (32) senior officers of the Command were promoted from Superintendent of Police (SP) to Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP), and Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) to Superintendent of Police (SP).

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