Turi appeals for help

NCD police needs help in setting up its CCTV surveillance in Boroko Police Station.

Metropolitan Superintendent Ben Turi issued an appeal yesterday after NCDC health inspectors toured the station.

The appeal came about when Turi was asked if there will be surveillance cameras in the holding cell building.

Turi said there is a need for that but unfortunately, they have limited funds.

He added that it is imperative for surveillance in the holding cells. This is so the daily movement of suspects, as well as police officers, can be monitored.

He stressed that the Force will greatly appreciate it if anyone, or any business house, comes to their aid.

(Health inspection being conducted at the Boroko Police Station yesterday)

Annette Kora