Samuel Luka, Bauchi
The newly posted Bauchi state Commissioner of Police (CP) Auwal Musa Mohammad has pledged to maintain and strengthen partnership with all sister security agencies in order to deal with emerging security threats in the state.
The Commissioner stated this while addressing a maiden press conference on Monday at the Command’s headquarters Bauchi.
“We shall maintain and strengthen collaborative partnership with all
sister security agencies and community stakeholders in a bid to
ensuring community security and to proactively deal with emerging
security threat to the state”, he said.
The Commissioner of Police enjoined journalists to support the activities of the command through positive reportage with a view to securing the state.
CP Auwal who thanked Allah for giving him the opportunity to assumed duty as Commissioner of Police in Bauchi, expressed appreciation to the acting Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kayode Adeolu Egbetekun for finding him worthy and capable of handling such National assignment.
He said that the task of policing requires collective and individual responsibilities, promising that the Bauchi state command under his watch will deploy intelligence-led and community-oriented policing to secure lives and property of the law abiding citizens.
“Our strategy in fighting crime and criminality would generally be
focused on intelligence-led and community-oriented policing”, he assured.
According to the CP, the strategy would no doubt foster the Command’s proactive measures in tackling menace of diverse crime and criminality trending in the state.
The CP said that the police in Bauchi will collaborate with the judiciary, as well as ministry of justice in order to facilitate proper prosecution of all criminal cases.
“While discharging our constitutional mandates of securing the state,
we shall respectively be accountable for our services and actions”, CP Auwal vowed.