First VP urges police to cooperate with civilians

By Wek Atak Kacjang

Police officers have been urged to work closely with members of the public.

Yesterday, First Vice President Taban Deng Gai said police should not cause pain and hatred when working with civilians.

“I am encouraged to see young South Sudanese who are full of energy to service their country and I thank you for your success and am ready to graduate you to serve the country,” said Taban.

He made the remarks in the Police Headquarters, Buluk, during the graduation of five batches of integrated police officers who were celebrating their end of one year training.

“I am very grateful to all those who have joined SSNPS to help and secure their lives and protect our fellow citizens. The President honored me to come and graduate you because he known me, I belong to the shield five,” the FVP said.

He observed that the graduates endured the rigorous one -year training, which has attained them into discipline officers throughout their good skill education.

“We are here to celebrate their achievement and to share little advice with them but by the end of the day you are going to be deployed to different parts out of Juba, we expect you to succeed in your mandate,” Taban said.

He added that discipline police officers are expected to conduct themselves in professional way by not getting involves corrupt activities because you should put effort on building and working closely with a member of communities to in hand public services and improve quality of life regard crime control.

“Every officer should know that they are to serve the nation and should get trained to know other languages to reduce tribalism. The government has plan to strength their academic in police colleague to approve training facilities supply mode equipment to support training to acquire new skill through short course,” Taban said.

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