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  •  The Police Command in Sokoto State has scheduled Sept 28 for the commencement of screening of successful applicants for the 9th Regular Course Intake of the Nigeria Police Academy Wudil Kano state This is contained in a statement issued to newsmen by the command Police Public Relations Officer PPRO DSP Sanusi Abubakar on Wednesday in Sokoto According to Abubakar the exercise is an automated screening for physical and credentials to the applicants who successfully completed their online application for the course The screening will commence on Sept 28 to Oct 1 at the Command s Headquarters by 8 00 a m daily Therefore all successful applicants should take note of basic screening requirements that include evidences of fitness and good character from government hospital and village head respectively Also they are to come alone with indigene certificate National Identity slip original and photocopy of credentials Birth certificate printout of application form and invitation slip he said The PPRO added that any applicant who failed to present the items specified would not be considered for the exercise In the same vein the Commissioner of Police in the state Mr Muhammed Gumel advised applicants to be wary of criminal elements who might want to take undue advantage of the exercise to perpetrate scam Gumel restated that the recruitment process was free without any pecuniary obligations and warned that anyone found wanting would be made to face the full wrath of the law NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Sokoto: Police begins screening of 9th Regular Course
     The Police Command in Sokoto State has scheduled Sept 28 for the commencement of screening of successful applicants for the 9th Regular Course Intake of the Nigeria Police Academy Wudil Kano state This is contained in a statement issued to newsmen by the command Police Public Relations Officer PPRO DSP Sanusi Abubakar on Wednesday in Sokoto According to Abubakar the exercise is an automated screening for physical and credentials to the applicants who successfully completed their online application for the course The screening will commence on Sept 28 to Oct 1 at the Command s Headquarters by 8 00 a m daily Therefore all successful applicants should take note of basic screening requirements that include evidences of fitness and good character from government hospital and village head respectively Also they are to come alone with indigene certificate National Identity slip original and photocopy of credentials Birth certificate printout of application form and invitation slip he said The PPRO added that any applicant who failed to present the items specified would not be considered for the exercise In the same vein the Commissioner of Police in the state Mr Muhammed Gumel advised applicants to be wary of criminal elements who might want to take undue advantage of the exercise to perpetrate scam Gumel restated that the recruitment process was free without any pecuniary obligations and warned that anyone found wanting would be made to face the full wrath of the law NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Sokoto: Police begins screening of 9th Regular Course
    Defence/Security2 weeks ago

    Sokoto: Police begins screening of 9th Regular Course

    The Police Command in Sokoto State has scheduled Sept. 28, for the commencement of screening of successful applicants for the 9th Regular Course Intake of the Nigeria Police Academy Wudil, Kano state.

    This is contained in a statement issued to newsmen by the command Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Sanusi Abubakar on Wednesday in Sokoto.

    According to Abubakar, the exercise is an automated screening for physical and credentials to the applicants who successfully completed their online application for the course.

    “The screening will commence on Sept. 28, to Oct. 1 at the Command’s Headquarters, by 8:00 a.

    m. daily.

    “Therefore all successful applicants should take note of basic screening requirements that include evidences of fitness and good character from government hospital and village head respectively.

    “Also they are to come alone with indigene certificate, National Identity slip, original and photocopy of credentials, Birth certificate printout of application form and invitation slip,” he said.

    The PPRO added that any applicant who failed to present the items specified would not be considered for the exercise.

    In the same vein, the Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Muhammed Gumel, advised applicants to be wary of criminal elements who might want to take undue advantage of the exercise to perpetrate scam.

    Gumel restated that the recruitment process was free without any pecuniary obligations and warned that anyone found wanting would be made to face the full wrath of the law.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Mr Muhammed Gumel the Commissioner of Police in Sokoto state said the command is committed to strengthening police capacity in evidence based investigation prosecution and human rights A statement issued on Saturday by the command s spokesperson DSP Sanusi Abubakar said Gumel spoke when he visited the Chief Judge of the state Justice Mohammed Sifawa Gumel was quoted as saying that the command had since explored more ways toward bridging the gap in the training and retraining of its personnel The training gap on evidence based investigation prosecution and human rights could be bridged through regular interface with police personnel A workshop which will be conducted by the judiciary in collaboration with the National Human Rights Commission would be attended by the police personnel and those of the National Correctional Service he said Gumel added that doing so would no doubt enhance the personnel s capabilities in managing emerging crimes and nip in the bud issues that are causing delay in prosecution and justice delivery processes He further stated that the visit was in order to provide an avenue for both judiciary and the police to brainstorm on better ways to face the common enemies of the nation Responding Sifawa retated his commitment to work closely with the police to facilitate quick justice delivery in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police committed to strengthening evidence-based investigation- CP
     Mr Muhammed Gumel the Commissioner of Police in Sokoto state said the command is committed to strengthening police capacity in evidence based investigation prosecution and human rights A statement issued on Saturday by the command s spokesperson DSP Sanusi Abubakar said Gumel spoke when he visited the Chief Judge of the state Justice Mohammed Sifawa Gumel was quoted as saying that the command had since explored more ways toward bridging the gap in the training and retraining of its personnel The training gap on evidence based investigation prosecution and human rights could be bridged through regular interface with police personnel A workshop which will be conducted by the judiciary in collaboration with the National Human Rights Commission would be attended by the police personnel and those of the National Correctional Service he said Gumel added that doing so would no doubt enhance the personnel s capabilities in managing emerging crimes and nip in the bud issues that are causing delay in prosecution and justice delivery processes He further stated that the visit was in order to provide an avenue for both judiciary and the police to brainstorm on better ways to face the common enemies of the nation Responding Sifawa retated his commitment to work closely with the police to facilitate quick justice delivery in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police committed to strengthening evidence-based investigation- CP
    Defence/Security2 months ago

    Police committed to strengthening evidence-based investigation- CP

    Mr Muhammed Gumel, the Commissioner of Police in Sokoto state, said the command is  committed to strengthening police capacity in evidence-based investigation, prosecution and human rights.

    A statement issued on Saturday by the command’s spokesperson, DSP Sanusi Abubakar, said Gumel spoke when he visited the Chief Judge of the state, Justice Mohammed Sifawa.

    Gumel was quoted as saying that the command had since explored more ways toward bridging the gap in the training and retraining of its personnel.

    “The training gap on evidence-based investigation, prosecution and human rights could be bridged through regular interface with police personnel.

    “A workshop which will be conducted by the judiciary in collaboration with the National Human Rights Commission would be attended by the police personnel and those of the National Correctional Service,” he said.

    Gumel added that doing so would no doubt enhance the personnel’s capabilities in managing emerging crimes and nip in the bud issues that are causing delay in prosecution and justice delivery processes.

    He further stated that the visit was in order to provide an avenue for both judiciary and the police to brainstorm on better ways to face the common enemies of the nation.

    Responding,  Sifawa retated his commitment to work closely with the police to facilitate quick justice delivery in the state.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Mr Muhammed Gumel Police Commissioner in Sokoto State has reaffirmed the force s commitment to facilitating the speedy administration of justice and the observance of human rights Gumel according to a statement released to journalists in Sokoto on Friday by the Command s Police Public Relations Officer PPRO DSP Sanusi Abubakar made the claim when he received leadership from the Sokoto Chapter of the Nigerian Bar Association NBA The police chief reiterated that police officers under his direction were always required to be professional in their dealings As I take up my post at Sokoto State I continue to ask our staff to always be professional and ensure that their doors are open This is to be able to receive genuine complaints from members of the public and to always serve and protect society he said Gumel also insisted that bail will remain free while reaffirming his commitment to zero tolerance for corruption He thanked NBA leaders for the visit noting that the visit has provided a venue to discuss crucial issues in the criminal justice system including human rights and related matters under existing law State NBA President Mr Muhammad Nuhu thanked the Police Commissioner and his team for their sustained commitment to addressing security challenges in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police committed to the prompt dispensation of justice – CP Gumel
     Mr Muhammed Gumel Police Commissioner in Sokoto State has reaffirmed the force s commitment to facilitating the speedy administration of justice and the observance of human rights Gumel according to a statement released to journalists in Sokoto on Friday by the Command s Police Public Relations Officer PPRO DSP Sanusi Abubakar made the claim when he received leadership from the Sokoto Chapter of the Nigerian Bar Association NBA The police chief reiterated that police officers under his direction were always required to be professional in their dealings As I take up my post at Sokoto State I continue to ask our staff to always be professional and ensure that their doors are open This is to be able to receive genuine complaints from members of the public and to always serve and protect society he said Gumel also insisted that bail will remain free while reaffirming his commitment to zero tolerance for corruption He thanked NBA leaders for the visit noting that the visit has provided a venue to discuss crucial issues in the criminal justice system including human rights and related matters under existing law State NBA President Mr Muhammad Nuhu thanked the Police Commissioner and his team for their sustained commitment to addressing security challenges in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police committed to the prompt dispensation of justice – CP Gumel
    Defence/Security3 months ago

    Police committed to the prompt dispensation of justice – CP Gumel

    Mr. Muhammed Gumel, Police Commissioner in Sokoto State, has reaffirmed the force's commitment to facilitating the speedy administration of justice and the observance of human rights.

    Gumel, according to a statement released to journalists in Sokoto on Friday by the Command's Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Sanusi Abubakar, made the claim when he received leadership from the Sokoto Chapter of the Nigerian Bar Association.

    (NBA).

    The police chief reiterated that police officers under his direction were always required to be professional in their dealings.

    “As I take up my post at Sokoto State, I continue to ask our staff to always be professional and ensure that their doors are open.

    "This is to be able to receive genuine complaints from members of the public and to always serve and protect society," he said.

    Gumel also insisted that bail will remain free, while reaffirming his commitment to zero tolerance for corruption.

    He thanked NBA leaders for the visit, noting that "the visit has provided a venue to discuss crucial issues in the criminal justice system, including human rights and related matters under existing law."

    State NBA President Mr. Muhammad Nuhu thanked the Police Commissioner and his team for their sustained commitment to addressing security challenges in the state.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN