12 March 2019

Angola: Luanda Police Chief Wants Better Trained Personnel

Luanda — The new provincial commander of Luanda Chief Commissioner, Eduardo Fernando Cerqueira, said Tuesday in Luanda that the National Police wants in its corporation trained police officers to do a work of prevention and fight against crime, respecting above all the population and human rights.

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To him, the population should equally respect the police officers, since it is an important organ of the State.

The commander of Luanda said so during his inauguration ceremony, along with the commanders of the provinces of Cuanza Sul, José Canelas, and Huambo, Francisco Ribas.

On the other ceremony were also graduated as National Police senior officers the Deputy Commissioner José Fernandes as Deputy National Inspector of Inspection, Chief Superintendent Natalício Luís António as general director of the social housing protection fund of the Ministry of Interior, Superintendent António Fernando Alberto as director of the social protection fund of the Ministry of the Interior, as well as chief superintendent Armando Pedro Bernardo as director of planning and finances of prison services.

The Secretary of State for Technical Assurance of the Ministry of the Interior, Salvador José Rodrigues, on behalf of Minister Ângelo da Veiga Tavares, called on the officers to take up their responsibilities.

According to Secretary of State, strict compliance with the law is an obligation and the National Police is responsible for serving the state and ensuring order and security.


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