Police IG, Ibrahim Idris Becomes Second Vice President Of African Police Cooperation Mechanism
The first General Assembly of the African Police Cooperation Mechanism (AFRIPOL), which started on Monday the 15th 2017 in Algiers, Algeria and which produced IGP Ibrahim Idris from Nigeria as the second Vice President, has come to an end today.
Apart from the police chiefs of more than 24 countries, the assembly also had the attendance of the chairpersons and representatives of the African Regional Police chiefs cooperation from the Central African police Chiefs committee, CAPCCO, the East African police Chiefs cooperation organization, EAPCCO, the southern African regional police Chiefs cooperation organization, SARPCCO and the West African police Chiefs committee, WAPCCO.
The assembly adopted a number of security resolutions on enhancing and strengthening national capacities for effective fight against terrorism and organized crime but emphasized that such efforts must be supplemented by putting in place, things that would address those factors that push individuals and communities to engage in criminal activities.
The police chiefs of many countries applauded the efforts of IGP Ibrahim Idris in taking bold measures to fight the peculiar crime scenario of Nigeria, with the Somalian police chief going beyond rhetorics, by giving a special gift to Nigeria.
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