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Fri, 13 Mar 2020 15:35 - Updated Fri, 13 Mar 2020 15:35

Police commander calls for speedup fight against crime

Luanda - National Police general commander Paulo de Almeida Thursday in Luanda urged the police officers to speed up fighting against crime opposing the offenders that resort to modern means to conduct their actions.

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Police commander Paulo de Almeida

Photo: Amandio Miguel Morais

This was during an opening ceremony of the 2020 academic year of the “Osvaldo Serra Van-Dúnem” Higher Police Institute.

He stated that the offenders resort to high tech to perform their activities.

They have techniques and scientific knowledge, so the Police force have to monitor this process to better deal with this evil.

 The police commander asked the trainees to get engaged in order to respond to the future challenges and meet the people's expectations.

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