The Delta state Commissioner of Police, Ari Muhammed Ali, has concluded his familiarisation visits to the eight area commands in Delta State.
The Area commands include Warri, Ughelli, Burutu ,Ozoro, Sapele, Agbor, Ogwashi-uku and Asaba.
The tour started on the 3rd of February 2020 with the commissioner of police visiting the Warri area command and ended on the 26th of February with the visit to the Asaba Area command.
It was graced by all stake holders, traditional rulers, vigilante, PCRC and human right activists in the state.
CP Ari Muhammed Ali reiterated his commitment to serving the people of Delta state, and to ensure that they are properly policed and ensure that justice and equity is given to all.
He pleaded with all stake holders to work with the police and help the police to police the community, and that the time for police to do everything on their own has passed, noting that it’s time for the community to partner with the police to have a safer Delta.
The commissioner in all his visits to the eight Area commands in Delta State informed the people of the need to ensure that Delta is safe for all.
He said a state where there is no peace, there will be no progress and investors will be afraid of coming to the state to invest He said such will increase the rate of unemployment and reduce development.
CP Ari Muhammed Ali emphasized on his zero tolerance for corruption. He said in his time, any officer found wanting will be dealt with accordingly.
The commissioner advised all indigenes of the state to stay away from all forms of fake news that is capable of worsening the already tensed security situation in country, and that all journalists, human right activists and online publishers should verify the authenticity of their information before publishing.
He warned all police men serving in the state to respect the right of every citizen and also advised members of the public not to forget that the police too are humans and have right as well that needed to be respected.
Above all, he pleaded with all to avail all necessary information that will help police to make Delta State safe for everyone.