Written by Ateed YUSUF

DPO harps on security locks in vehicles

Divisional Police Officer, DPO, incharge of Dutsen Alhaji, Bwari area council, CSP Muhammed Ndagi, has stressed the values of security locks, just as he tasked motorists to install the device in their vehicles with a view to providing internal security in their vehicles 

He disclosed this to The Abuja in Inquirer in a chat while commenting on the measures the division has put in place to tackle any form of criminal activities that may crop up in the area, noting that the police is ready to battle criminal activities. 

The police officer said under his watch, he would continue to form a synergy with the residents targeted towards combating crime head long, just as he cautioned traders displaying goods along Duste market causing traffic congestion to desist from committing the negative act or face the full wrath of the law. 

The DPO assured residents that his leadership would continue to form a synergy with them targeted towards combating criminal activities, even as he noted that distress calls would be responded to without any delay. 

He reiterated the commitment of patrol officers in the division towards covering the nook and cranny of Dutse and environs, adding that efforts were on to equip members of the vigilante 

The DPO warned members of the public to avoid enticing hoodlums by keeping items such as handsets, bags and luggage in their car seats, noting that the act give criminals the opportunity to take the advantage of the situation to perpetrate crime. 



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