By Ifeanyi Okonkwo
Anambra State Police Command has concluded its training program for some of its officers and men on International Human Rights Law.
The two day training which was organized in partnership with International Committee with Red Cross (ICRC), held in Awka, Anambra State.
The training was part of efforts at protecting, enforcing and promoting human rights in Nigeria and was also designed to enhance prompt responses to matters of human rights abuse while ensuring top-notch professionalism among Police Operatives in the discharge of their duties.
Commissioner for Police Anambra State, CP Echeng Echeng who was represented by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Anambra State, DCP Peter Ozigi thanked the Organizers of the training and urged the participants to see human rights as a crime prevention strategy and a means to build Police confidence in members of public.
Also present at the Training program were Assistant Commissioner of Police ACP Anietie Eyoh, Chief Superintendent of Police CSP Mike Ojegbe and others.
The two day program had in attendance fifty officers including: sectional heads from State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID), Awka, Area Crime Officers and Divisional Crime Officers from Area Command and Divisional Headquarters.
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