Angola: Police Registration and Information Department to Have New Facilities

Luanda — The General Command of the Angolan National Police (PNA) announced on Thursday in Luanda that everything is being done in order to build soon its own and good facilities for the National Registrations and Information Department (DNRI), and thus creating acceptable working conditions for all experts of the area.

This was said to Angop on Thursday by the general inspector of the Angolan National Police, Salvador José Rodrigues, while addressing the opening act of 7th Consultative Council of the National Registrations and Information Department.

Angop learnt that the event is happening under the motto "Let's consolidate Registrations and Information Activity, as guarantee of police effectiveness in the prevention and combating crime".

Moreover, the general inspector said that revival of the areas of typewriting and photography will significatively to the betterment of services and performance of this organ.

"The cohesion, unity and discipline are the guarantee of a ready and dynamic service that all citizens should enjoy", he said.

The 7th Broad Consultative Council of the National Registrations and Information Department is happening until Friday 25 May.

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