President Muhammadu has favorite the creation of extra police zonal commands at some level of the country.
Frank Mba, police spokesman, acknowledged in a press open on Thursday that five additional zonal represent headquarters will be created while the power criminal intelligence and investigations division (FCIID) will be decentralised.
He acknowledged the directives from the federal govt had been a part of efforts to reorganise the police and permit the “paunchy implementation of the Neighborhood Policing initiative.”
With the five unusual zonal commands created in Ondo, Anambra, Bayelsa, Borno and Katsina, the Nigeria police power now has 17 of such at some level of the country.
Mba acknowledged the reorganisation moreover involves the paunchy autonomy of the means intelligence bureau (FIB).
“By this re-organisation, the FIB, which used to be beforehand a bit below the FCIID, is now a paunchy-fledged Division of the Force to be headed by a Deputy Inspector-Routine of Police (DIG),” he acknowledged.
“With this unusual association, the Nigeria Police Force now has eight (8) Departments and each is headed by a DIG.
“The Federal Authorities moreover favorite the additional decentralization of the FCID with the establishment of two additional offices in Enugu and Gombe States.
“Whereas the jam of work in Enugu is expected to handle investigations of main crimes emanating from the South-East and South-South geo-political zones, the jam of work in Gombe will secure care of the North-East geo-political zone.
“Every of these Annexes, as well to the pre-present ones in Lagos and Kaduna States, will doubtless be headed by an Assistant Inspector-Routine of Police (AIG) who shall represent back to the DIG in-price of the FCID, Force Headquarters, Abuja.”
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