Gertrude Torkornoo, the Chief Justice, has commended Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr. George Akuffo Dampare for his effective leadership of the Ghana Police Service.
The Chief Justice praised Dampare for the positive transformation of the police service’s image and the increased trust between law enforcement and the public under his leadership. S
In a recent engagement between the Police Management Board (POMAB) and the Judicial Service, the Chief Justice remarked, “I must say that I have found your leadership of the police extremely inspirational.
“I think it’s only a blind person who would not have noticed how much you have achieved in such a short time to rebrand the image of the police,” myjoyonline.com quoted her to have said.
he encouraged IGP Dampare to continue his efforts in maintaining law and order in the country. The acknowledgement came as a recognition of the achievements and improvements made by the IGP in his role.
“I have found your leadership inspiring and your effort at presenting the police for who they are, and who they ought to be seen as, and I’m drawing inspiration from it,” she added.
In response, Dampare expressed his commitment to meeting expectations, stating, “We have not come here with a defensive mindset, and any issue that is raised as if we know it all, and then we will be giving information and answering everything.
“No, we came to learn, we came to listen. It will take you and the rest of the population to judge us whether we have become the best or not,” he added.