28 November 2012

Angola: Police Commander Urges Staff to Adapt to New Technologies

Luena — The members of the National Police in Moxico were, Wednesday, urged by the provincial commander, Commissioner Filipe Barros Espanhol, to adapt themselves to the new technology to better perform their role.

The official made the exhortation during the celebrations of the 37th anniversary of the Criminal Investigation Police (DPIC) marked today under the slogan "By improving the quality of services of a criminal investigation, let us reinforce the effectiveness of the justice system."

On the occasion, the senior officer considered crime as a social phenomenon, whose act involves constant updating and adapting all the members to the demands of public safety toward the maintenance of public order and tranquility, especially those living in rural areas.

The commander asked the Provincial Criminal Investigation personnel to contain the crime rate, as well as raising the level of awareness of the crimes, in addition to increasing productivity and quality of procedural instruction.

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