NCD/Central Divisional Command

Police to partner with security firms

They have set this activity out in the NCD/Central Divisional Command’s annual management plan for 2021.

NCD-Central Commander, Anthony Wagambie Jnr, said the aim is for security firms to assist police by becoming their eyes and ears.

“For instance, if a security guard sees a crime being committed or about to be committed, he or she will radio their base, the security operator then calls police on a separate radio network that will be set up,” said the Assistant Commissioner of Police.

Police prioritise ICT

Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) for NCD and Central, Anthony Wagambie Jnr, said they will work their way through by venturing into partnerships.

The NCD/Central Divisional Command’s annual management plan for 2021 will focus on rolling out the Motorola radio network.

“This radio network was brought in for the APEC Summit by our policing partner, Australian Federal Police. However this was not utilised as planned,” stated ACP Wagambie Jnr.

Central Police probe death

The incident occurred on Friday April 17 at Hisiu along the Hiritano highway.

PPC Central Chief Inspector, Tapp Opai, said a councillor and some villagers called the police when they found the bloated corpse lying in some Savannah grass beside the road.

Three young men in their early 20’s including the driver of a white Toyota Land Cruiser were reportedly traveling with the victim when he allegedly fell off the vehicle.

They are now in police custody as investigations continue.

Illegal Import Syndicate Busted

According to the NCD/Central Divisional Command, the syndicate is run by a chain of Bangladeshi shops operating at Morata and Hohola in the Natiopnal Capital District.

Members of the Gordon Police and K9 units raided two shops run by the syndicate and netted several cartons of imitation corned luncheon Pork meat.

The raid was initially targeted at confiscating cartons of corned beef and soft drinks allegedly stolen from a major Bangladeshi-owned wholesaler based in the NCD.