Police Chief Vows To Prioritize Public Safety
The Inspector General of the Liberia National Police (LNP), Patrick Sudue has vowed to prioritize the safety of Liberians in the discharge of his professional duties.
The LNP chief, addressing a press briefing last Thursday at the Information Ministry on Capitol Hill in Monrovia, added that providing safety for the Liberian people is vital under his administration.
According to him, he was appointed by President George Manneh Weah as Inspector General of Police of the Republic of Liberia to protect lives and properties throughout the length and breadth of the country.
The LNP boss further said every Liberian citizen deserves the right to live in a peaceful society like any citizens in other parts of the world.
He made it known that his team is in readiness to work in the best interest of the Liberian people.
Speaking further, the LNP chief asserted that fighting crimes and reducing the rates in the country is vital under his administration.
He then clarified that the restriction on motorbikes plying the various streets of Monrovia and parts adjacent has not been lifted.
According to him, the restriction is still in force and that the police will work in full adherence to the law.
The LNP boss emphasized that the police remains committed to the implementation of the restriction placed on commercial motorbikes, as was done by his predecessor.
Inspector General Sudue stated that the issue of officers going to night clubs with firearms will not be allowed under his administration.
He made it known that under his leadership, the police will continue to exhibit high level of professionalism.
He went on to assure his leadership’s willingness of working with the communities in helping to fight crimes in the country.
Inspector General Sudue noted that the communities have vital role to play in helping the police to fight crimes in the country.