Oyo CP visits area commands and launches safety awareness


In a bid to address emerging security issues in Oyo State, State Police Commissioner Adebowale Williams said the Police Command was determined to lead the fight against criminals through the intelligence, questioning and research assisted by technology. surveillance, joint patrols across highways as well as city and state borders.

CP Williams said this on Tuesday as he embarked on a security awareness tour of 10 police area commands in the state with a visit to Oyo and Ogbomoso.

The awareness tour, the police commissioner said, was being conducted to curb growing crime and crime trends in the state, with support from local hunters, vigilantes and inter-agency intelligence sharing.

In a statement from state police spokesperson Adewale Osifeso, it was said that the tour was strategically designed for strategic communication and better access to feedback from its communal partners.

At both Area Commands, CP Williams spoke to stakeholders about the efforts being made to thwart the activities of criminals.

At Ogbomoso, the Commissioner of Police was received by the Olugbon of Orile-Igbon, His Imperial Majesty, Oba Francis Olusola Alao, during which the monarch expressed security concerns but assured CP Williams of his cooperation with the command in its various security interventions.


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Oyo CP visits area commands and launches safety awareness


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