Nigeria Police Intelligence School Reopened

The abandoned Nigeria Police Intelligence School in Enugu State has been reopened after a year of inactivity.
This was disclosed by the Acting Inspector General of Police, Mr Solomon Arase, who said that the reopening is part of his administration’s resolve to enhance intelligence driven-policing.
According to him, the intelligence school has been shut for the past one year and once you cannot drive the internal security management through intelligence, then, you will be groping in the dark.
Arase reiterated his warning against mounting of road blocks in the country by the force, adding that it would henceforth hold Police Commissioners and Area Commanders responsible for violation of the order.
He said that he had set up a monitoring squad on illegal road block throughout the federation as part of efforts to eliminate corruption in the force.
The police boss said his administration would not tolerate undue detention of suspects in police cells.

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