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A twenty-two-year-old man, Master Naangbong Mangidu who hails from Changu in the Upper West Region, has been adjudged the best academician in the 2011 first batch of 126 who undertook a six-month basic training for enrollment into the Police Service.

He recorded 1,330 out of a total of 1,505 marks in topics including English language, public relations, drill, rifle handling, criminal proceedings, human rights and report writing to emerge the overall best recruit.

This was announced at a passing out and review parade at the Central Regional Police Training School in Winneba on Tuesday.
In all the disciplines he proved to be very hardworking, intelligent and with good conduct in the training programme.
He was given a honour baton, modern policing procedure and law/criminal investigation books as his award.

Other award winners were Miss Janet Asante, best in drill; Master Solomon Walanyno, best marksman; Master Anthony Nii Odartey Lampetey, best in conduct; with Miss Gifty Abina Painstil and Master Eric Kwesi Hayford as special award winners.

Later in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Samuel Asiedu Okanta, Officer Commanding the Police Training School in Winneba, said the schoo was established in 1964 as a Borderguard Training School, but was later handed over to the Ghana Police Service for the training of recruits and personnel.

He said since then the school had trained thousands of recruits, sergeants and chief inspectors, and had also conducted promotion examinations for personnel of the service who were due for promotion.

DSP Okanta said as part of the five-year development strategic plan being implemented by the Police Administration, the school library had been equipped with ICT facilities, literature on legal and policing matters to enable the personnel and recruits to be fully become abreast with police operational procedures and various investigation techniques required in modern-day policing.

He advised the new recruits to comport themselves in all their endeavours to help protect the image and dignity of the Police Service.
Source: GNA

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