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Police Superintendent calls for collaboration

The Superintendent of the Professional Standard Division of the Liberia National Police in Kakata, Margibi County stresses Police-civilians collaboration in promoting peace and unity in the county.

Superintendent Patrick M. Kpumeh says his job in Margibi is to investigate Police actions against civilians, adjudicate cases among Police officers and private securities.

Speaking Wednesday, 23 May when he appeared Radio Kakata sister program,“Local Government and You” he admonishes residents not to adhere to any officers requesting case registration at the Charge of Quarters, seeking payment for stationery or arresting fees.

Supt. Kpumeh also cautions motorcyclists and drivers to observe all traffic regulations and act accordingly, while urging them to report any harassment or intimidation from Police officers for immediate remedies.

At the same time he reminds Police personnel to always reflect on the Code of Ethics of the Liberia National Police in handling civilian matters and to refrain from extortion, harassment and intimidation of peaceful citizens.By Stone Siakor/Margibi–Editing by Jonathan Browne

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