Christiana Gokyo, Jos
Plateau State Police Command has a total of two thousand and forty six (2046) personnel that have been carefully selected, trained and deployed to protect lives and property of members of the public.
The Command has reassured members of the public that it has put in place comprehensive security strategies to prevent crime before, during and after this yuletide season.
Police Public Relations Officer of the Command, DSP Tyopev Matthias Terna, disclosed this in a statement issued to newsmen in Jos on Monday, and assured that the Command is also in synergy with other security agencies in the state to guarantee a crime-free yuletide season.
According to him, the Command has professionally positioned its patrol vehicles in strategic areas day-and-night so as to respond promptly to distress calls from members of the society.
He said the Command also wishes to re-echo her earlier ban on the use of fireworks, bangers, and knockouts, adding that, “this is because our officers and men are out to make sure that both Christmas and New Year activities are celebrated without any hitches and distraction.
The Command also appeals to parents/guardians to help guide their children and wards to be law abiding, and urged members of the public to board vehicles only in the designated parks in the state and avoid boarding on the high ways so as not to fall into the hands of hoodlums.