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Ghana IGP Meets with Ghana Used Clothing Dealers Association Executives

Inspector General of Police Meets with Ghana Used Clothing Dealers Association Executives on Sales Protection and Christmas Sales Protection within Kantamanto Environs

The Inspector General of Police in Ghana recently held a meeting with the executives of the Ghana Used Clothing Dealers Association to discuss measures for protecting Christmas sales. This development calls for the participation of citizens in complementing the efforts of the police in promoting and maintaining security in the country (Marfo et al., 2021). Ostensibly, the Ghana Police Service continues to adopt the traditional policing strategies that have produced limited opportunities for making use of conventional institutions outside the police as well as limited engagement with the community to enhance public and individual safety and security. However, the meeting aimed to address this gap by promoting community connectedness and collaboration with citizens and organizational entities.

During the meeting, it was emphasized that community policing is crucial for effective crime prevention and control. The Inspector General highlighted the importance of building trust and strong relationships between the police and the community in order to effectively address crime during the busy Christmas season (Mazerolle et al., 2020). This can be achieved through various strategies such as community meetings, developing partnerships with the Ghana Used Clothing Dealers Association, police liaison programs involving community members, and routine police work that explicitly seeks to promote community connectedness. The use of community policing strategies, such as building partnerships and promoting engagement with the Ghana Used Clothing Dealers Association, can help improve safety and security. The police applauded the Ghana Used Clothing Association for taking the initiate to install CCTV cameras all around to protect individuals and properties.

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