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Bayelsa New CP sets to promote crime free State . Warns against corruption

                   By Magens Inegba

    The Bayelsa State Police Command has warned all perpetrators of violence disturbing the peace of the state that the command will no longer tolerate deliberate acts with intent to breach the peace of the state. 
  The newly-deployed Commissioner of Police, Bayelsa State Command, Mr.  Austin Iwar gave the warning at the weekend in Yenagoa, the state capital, during his maiden address to the command and decoration of newly promoted 36 inspectors to the rank of assistant superintendent of police. 
 Mr.  Austin Iwar,Bayelsa New CP
  He said “The police will decisively deal with all acts of aggression against the cherished peace we enjoy. Therefore, violent offenders and like miscreants are warned to refrain from their crimes or be ready to face the full weight of the law.  The command is poised ever than before to make Bayelsa too hot for their nefarious activities”.
  According to him the command would focus on substantially deploying police intelligence assets in synergy with relevant agencies to prevent crimes and make the communities safer. 
  He said: “As we strive to ensure that Bayelsa enjoys acceptable peace and security, measures will be taken to frustrate and reduce the disturbing activities of cultists and like criminals to rid the state of their menace. 
  Iwar further said that his command would deploy intelligence policing approach, which he said remained a crucial strategy in crime prevention. 
  The state police boss expressed the determination of the command  to deal decisively with any officers found wanting in the protection of human rights in the state. 
  He said: “The police command under my leadership will ensure that Human Rights of individuals are never violated under any circumstance. All personnel of the command are warned to desist from acts capable of abusing the rights of our people. 
  “The leadership of the state police command shall maintain zero tolerance for corruption. Officers with corrupt tendencies are warned that this administration will not condone any act of corruption. Acts of corruption will be decisively dealt with. 

  “I have directed the immediate strengthening of all police oversight units to check the activities of personnel in line with the anti-corruption agenda of the Inspector General, Ibrahim Idris. They are to conduct unscheduled inspection and on-the-spot checks.”

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