“We come together to plan, to make major decisions, to promote policing, ensuring that communities are secured and for us all to agree on everything that we have planned to undertake this year for the country to be secured” Lahai added.
He further explained that several target were achieved last year, and that they are looking forward to make great achievement with the new set plans 2017.
Lahai recounted that one of the major thing this year is to tackle the issue of cliques; in the western area and that they are trying to actively involve youth groups in order to achieve that.
He stated “we want to form a youth umbrella organization that will assemble all youth organizations or clubs under one-fold, so when we want to tackle cliques issue, we know the body that we will reached.”
Chairman, Local Police Partnership Board Congo Cross Division, Alhaji Foday Turay, describe the engagement with the police as very important and timely, as the process was considered to be a period of validation. That particular engagement will enable both the police and community stakeholders to design and draw up priorities for 2017, communities policing, Turay narrated.
Alhaji Foday Turay maintained that the engagement process served as a way of highlighting the challenges of community policing as well as enlightened community’s people on the process of channeling complain and report to the police appropriate authorities.
Vice Chairman, Destiny Community, Mohamed Kallon emphasized on the need to have an appropriate channel of communicating security issues, to authorities and encouraged both the police and communities stakeholders to set up monetary and evaluation team, in order to achieve details of the develop strategic plans.
Chairlady, Aberdeen Community, Aminata Turay, presented the Public Order Act to all stakeholders present at the engagement as well as encouraging them to utilize the given document, in the process of executing their patriotic duties in their various communities.