Winneba (C/R) May 31, GNA - Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Mr Charles Tokor Commandant of Ghana Police Command and Staff College Winneba, has urged personnel and staff of the college to work professionally to achieve greater heights in the years ahead
“Putting aside all negative setbacks and forging ahead with a common objective will help a lot in making the centre an excellent place as envisaged in the vision and mission of its founders,” He stated.
DCOP Mr Tokor gave the advice during the 2016 West African Security Services Association (WASSA) held at the college.
He said the college was established for the Police to exhibit a high degree of professionalism and discipline as well as the judicious use of discretion in all dealing with the public.
He therefore implored the personnel thereof to strive to perform their fullest potential professionally.
He said the college within the three years of the existence organized Seven Junior Command, One Crime Officers and Three Senior Command Courses training a total of Six hundred and twenty-one (621) Senior Police Officers.
He disclosed that the college had forwarded a strategic plan to the Police Administration to attain full operational capability which was receiving attention and hoped that when it was adopted, it would rapidly expand the infrastructural base of the college and transform it into a modern centre of excellence.
“We appreciate the partnership with the University of Education, Winneba for an affiliation and hope it will grow and manifest itself towards the development of models of great benefit to the Personnel of the Ghana police Service.”
He commended the Chiefs of Effutu, individuals, institutions and organizations who had contributed in diverse ways to make their dream a reality.
Professor Mawutor Avoke Vice Chancellor of UEW stated in an address delivered on his behalf that the occasion would go a long way to ease stress the personal go through.
He hoped the cordial relationship between the GPCSC and UEW that had been established would continue to grow and yield fruits.
Neenyi Ghartey VII, Paramount Chief of Effutu Traditional Area who chaired the event commended the management of the college for continuously working to make the college the ultimate choice.
He appealed to the management of the school to tolerate the views of all the personnel, saying this would go a long way to help them to forge ahead as a team to execute their core mandate.