Deputy LNP Boss Assures Commitment
-Seeks Support For Police divisions
By Anthony Selmah
The Deputy Inspector-General of Police for Crime Service Division (CSD), Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Interpol Affairs, Prince B. Mulbah has reaffirmed his commitment to professionalism in the discharge of his duty.
Speaking to PUBLIC AGENDA in an interview in Monrovia recently, the deputy LNP Chief further noted that exhibiting professionalism in the police is vital in modern day’s policing today.
He emphasized that as a trained police officer of many years of experience, he would continue to abide by the rules and regulations of the police profession.Deputy police Director Mulbah expressed his commitment to working in close collaboration with his bosses in fighting criminal activities in the country.
He stated that over the year’s members of the LNP have been working very hard to reduce the crime rates in the country.
According to him, he was appointed by President George Manneh Weah to work in the interest of the Liberian people, and so he reaffirms his readiness to work with his bosses towards building the capacity of police officers in the Country.
Elaborating further, Deputy Director Mulbah stated that during his administration as LNP 102 for operations, there were systems put into place that are today benefiting LNP members.
He added that if the capacity of police officers is built, they would be very effective in the discharge of their professional duties.
Deputy Director Mulbah underscored the need for more attention to be paid to the CSD, CID, as they are vital departments to the smooth operation of the LNP.
According to him, both departments need serious logistics attention, to ensure that their impacts can be felt within the system.
He used the occasion to call on goodwill institutions both locally and internationally to come in and assist these departments of the LNP.
Deputy LNP boss lauded President Weah for the able manner he is running the country, and assured him of his fullest support to government’s Pro-Poor Agenda