The new Inspector General of Police, Simon Sirro, has outlined five key security matters that he wants to begin tackling especially criminal elements in the three districts of the coast region.
New Police Boss Sirro Outlines Priorities
Citizen, 1 June 2017
The new Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr Simon Sirro, yesterday outlined his priority areas following his appointment on Sunday. Read more »
The new Inspector General of Police (IGP), Simon Sirro.
Sirro Fires Five Warning Shots
Daily News, 1 June 2017
The new Inspector General of Police (IGP), Simon Sirro, yesterday addressed his maiden press conference outlining five key security matters that he wants to begin with, especially… Read more »
New Police Boss Declares War On Coast Region Criminals
Daily News, 30 May 2017
Newly installed Inspector General of Police (IGP), Simon Sirro, has declared an all-out war on criminal elements operating the Coast region now rocked with near-serial killings of… Read more »
New Inspector General of Police Simon Sirro Sworn in
Citizen, 29 May 2017
Former Dar es Salaam Special Zone Commander Mr Simon Sirro has been sworn in as the new Inspector General of Police in Dar es Salaam today. Mr Sirro is replacing Mr Ernest Mangu… Read more »
Mangu Calls On Public to Support New Inspector General of Police
The immediate former Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr Ernest Mangu, has called upon members of the public to support and cooperate with his successor, Mr Simon Sirro, in… Read more »
The new Inspector General of Police, Simon Nyakoro Sirro, has replaced Ernest Mangu who is to be assigned to other duties. Read more »
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