ABSENCE OF TRUST AVERTS VOLUNTEERING OF INFORMATION TO POLICE-FORMER DCES

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The absence of a well-established trust in police averts volunteering of information by civilians who sometimes are afraid of their security especially when suspects escape cells and break jails Mr. Robert Baga Wavei and Solomon Salia Mwangu stressed on RadfordFM Masie Monday.
This was after a suspect escaped police cells in Tumu two weeks ago after his arrest for suspected stealing a motorbike. They expressed that irrespective of the little resources available the police should be ahead of crime and this can be achieved if there is a cordial relationship between the police and civilians conducive for volunteering of information.
The former DCEs also emphasizes on traits of some police officers that needs sieving during recruitment process in other to keep the good people in the service to protect lives and property. “The police should open their doors to the civilian” Mr. Robert stated, urging that this could be the only affordable technique less resource police can employ to fight crime. On reports of lack of fuel to embark on regular patrols, Mr. Solomon Salia calls for the police to present a realistic report to the Assembly to assist them and also bring together fuel stations to supply fuel to intensify patrols.

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