Mr. Abiodun Alabi, Commissioner of Police, has promised citizens of Lagos State of better service delivery and respect for human rights in accordance with international best practices.
This is according to a statement made on Friday in Lagos by the state’s Police Command Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin.
Alabi expressed hope since Divisional Police Officers and Area Commanders in the state had just finished intense training on the efficient application of the requirements of the Administration of Criminal Justice (Amendment) Law 2021.
He said that the training, organized by the Lagos State Ministry of Justice in collaboration with the European Council, British Council, Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption (RoLAC), had adequately prepared them for the difficulties ahead.
“The training is designed to improve on human rights and rule of law, especially as it relates to officers and men of the Nigeria Police in Lagos State,” he said.
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