LAGOS—Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr Kayode Aderanti, has reiterated the commitment of the Force towards building capacity for officers and men of the force as pathway to achieving optimum performance.
Aderanti said this during the 21st graduation ceremony of 250 police officers trained on human rights at the Police College, Ikeja, organised by the State Police command, in conjunction with Crime Victims Foundation.
Aderanti, who was represented by the Deputy Commissioner of Police in-charge of the State Criminal Investigations Department, SCID, Panti, Yaba, Lagos, Gbenga Adeyanju, said: “The Nigerian Police Force is passionate about training and re-training of police officers and exposure to the acceptable international standards and best practices for police officers on dynamics of rule of law, basic human rights standards and a people- friendly police force.
“The management team of the police have prioritized trainings and capacity building of our officers and men as pathway to achieving optimum performance. Consequently, we are ready to partner with other willing agencies, home and abroad, with a view to attaining our goals.
“The force is determined for professionalism and due process in the discharge of its constitutional responsibilities. ”