CP Ali deploys soldiers in Delta and promises a hitch-free holiday season

Residents in Delta State have been promised a trouble-free Christmas celebration by CP Ari Muhammed Ali, the state’s police commissioner.

This information is found in a statement that Police Public Relations Officer DSP Bright Edafe has signed.

In order to secure the safety of all people and the success of all planned celebration-related activities, CP Ali also ordered a major deployment of personnel around the state to provide adequate security before, during, and after the celebration.

In order to prevent troublemakers from displaying their ugly faces and causing any kind of mayhem for law-abiding citizens in the state, as well as to ensure proper supervision of their men deployed, he issued instructions to all Area Commanders, DPOS, and Tactical Commanders to deploy men to all venues of the celebrations and other resort centers.

Police Patrol squads have been selected for this task from the Eagle-Net Special Squad, Dragon Patrol, Safer Highways, Quick Response Squad, Rapid Response Squad, and Quick Response Squad, according to DSP Edafe.

Asaba Divisional Police Officers “B” and “C” Divisions and the State Traffic Officer have been tasked with the responsibility of working with other security agencies to ensure free flow of traffic. “Traffic Control at the Head bridge has equally been taken care of as both Police personnel and traffic wardens have been deployed solely for the purpose of traffic control.

“The CP has directed the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of Operation to organize Continuous “OPERATION SHOW OF FORCE” with effect from Tuesday, December 20, Friday, December 23, and Saturday, December 24, 2022 in all parts of the State and to be monitored by the eight Area Commanders in order to ensure a hitch-free Yuletide period,” the statement reads.

He assured them of the Command’s commitment to providing security, maintaining law and order, and protecting lives and property among other obligations, and urged the public to uphold the law and support the Police in the battle against crime and criminality.

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