• Mon. Aug 15th, 2022

56% OF GHANAIANS SHOW CONFIDENT IN GHANA POLICE UNDER DR DAMPARE – PUBLIC SAFETY SURVEY

A survey conducted by a bureau of public safety has revealed that majority of Ghanaians think that the police responded slowly to emergency case in the first one hundred days of Dr. Akuffo DAMPARE as inspector general of police. 

The online public survey was carried out on five hundred and eighty three respondant between Monday, October 18th and Sunday, November 8th to access the first one hundred days of the I.G.P as the head of Ghana police service.

The survey also showed 19% of the respondant felt safe in the past 90 days as against 25% who felt unsafe. 56% of the respondant expressed confidence in the new police administration while 37% remain neutral and 7% has no confidence. 

Reacting the survey, the chief of party for bureau of public safety, Mana Yaw Akwada says the police administration must pay a critical attention to prioritize the safety of Ghanaians.

“56% of the respondants said they will not hesitate to call the police. it means that the place of call the police. It means that the place of the police in their scheme is almost irreplaceable and so we need the police to up their game because even though majority of them said they responded too slowly, the 56% said, they will still not hesitate to call the police”.

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