Deputy Police Commissioner Budy Ready
-To Reduce Crimes Rate
-Assures Liberians At Confirmation Hearing
By Anthony Selmah
Deputy Police Commissioner Designate for Operations, Robert W. Budy has said that when confirmed by members of the Liberian Senate, a system is going to be put into place to ensure that police officers in the country are robust and effective in tracking down criminals throughout the country.Speaking at the Senate Confirmation Hearing last, Inspector Buddy noted that he has come to the position with lots of experience that will help to transform the LNP.
According to him, over the years the issue of fighting crimes has been a serious issue in the country.
He further indicated that under his stewardship, as deputy for operations, he is going to work in close collaboration with the Inspector General of the police to have a vibrant police structure.
Deputy LNP boss Budy further vowed to transform the patrol structure of the LNP, so that the citizens can feel their presence in the various communities.
He reminded the senators that over the years the division of patrol of the LNP has been operating like bulldogs in the country.
The Deputy LNP boss for operation also vowed to strengthen the communities and the police relationship.
According to him, strengthening the police and the communities relations would help to reduce the crime rates in the country.
He reminded that the citizens themselves have vital role in working with the police in fighting crimes in the country.
Budy, who served as deputy commissioner for operations at the Liberia Immigration Service under former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf before being appointed as the LNP deputy for operations, by President George Manneh Weah assured senators that he is going to be proactive in the discharge of his duties.
The veteran security personel lauded President Weah for his preferment as deputy police Commissioner for operations, and assured him of his fullest support to his administration.