Relationship between Police, commission now cordial-Arase

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The Chairman, Police Service Commission (PSC), Dr Solomon Arase says the relationship between the Nigeria Police Force and the commission has become cordial.

Arase made the pledge at the annual award ceremony for outstanding personnel of the commission in Abuja.

He said the relationship had grown, with both organisations respecting their powers and constitutional boundaries, adding that there had been mutual respect.

On staff welfare, the chairman stressed that efforts were being put in place to cater to staff needs.

He said, “the sick bay was constructed within our office complex and it is functional and a bank is nearing completion within the complex.

“Efforts are on to get the restaurant functional and a creche will be built to care for our children who are toddlers and infants.

“Better days are here in the commission and I must emphasise that under my watch, the welfare of our staff cannot be compromised or traded-off for anything.”

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On training, Arase said the commission was committed to boosting staff knowledge on policy formulation and implementation, while preparing them for leadership.

He said over 130 members of staff of the commission had been trained both locally and internationally since he assumed duty nine months ago.

“It is my belief that exposing our directors to these executive training programmes will not only enhance their knowledge on issues of policy formulation and implementation, but also prepare them for leadership positions,”he said.


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