By Joseph Albert (Umunna TV)
As the 2023 general elections approaches, officer and men of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC, Anambra State Command have been charged to live up to their responsibilities, exhibit high level of professionalism and shun all forms of corrupt practices; as ethics of the Corps demands.
The State Commandant, Mr. Isidore C. Chikere, gave the charge at a seminar organized for Area Commanders, Divisional Officers, Heads of Departments and Units; aimed at widening their operational capabilities.
He noted that the training, aside building competence and capabilities required of supervisory officers to successfully plan and execute operations; enriches knowledge required of officers to perform before, during and after the general elections.
A release signed by the Public Relations Officer, Anambra State Commandant, DSC Edwin Okadigbo stated that while delivering lecture on Intelligence gathering and report writing, the Director of the Department of State Services, DSS, Anambra State Command, Mr. Enoch Pawa, represented by Barr. Joseph Okechi, noted that most security breaches experienced in the country were due to lack of synergy among security agencies.
He revealed that the nation requires sincere intelligence information sharing and collaboration among relevant security stakeholders for a crime free environment.
Also speaking on the topic ” Arrest, Bail and Preventive Justice” the command legal officer SC. Adedayo Awodun enumerated the rules guiding the administration of criminal justice in the country and human rights.
In his lecture on proper way of obtaining statement from suspect, Assistant Commandant Amadi Marcel, warned against most common mistakes that can jeopardize successful prosecution of suspect (s) at the law court.
The Coordinator of the lecture series, Deputy Commandant Francis Nnadi said the seminar has provided a rare opportunity for participants to perform above board within their respective areas of responsibility in a bid to boast security and sustain surveillance in and around the state.
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