Tue, 13 Mar 2018 18:37 - Updated Wed, 14 Mar 2018 15:47
Police announce intention to strengthen relations with journalists
Luanda - The National Police (PN) announced Tuesday, the intention to strengthen the relationship with public and private media professionals specialized in crime, with a view to improving the treatment of matters in this area and opening up official sources.
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Members of National Police
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos/Arquivo
This was announced in Luanda by the director of the Office of Institutional Communication and Press of the General Command of the National Police, Commissioner Orlando Bernardo, in a meeting with journalists specialized in the crime of the various organs.
At the time, the various aspects that afflict the two branches (Police / Social Communication) were also clarified, such as the lack of contradiction in some matters, the opening of sources, bureaucracy in the provision of information and other situations that negatively affect the relationship between Police and the journalists.
Commissioner Bernardo also called for the specialization of certain journalists from public and private agencies in terms of crime, in order to better understand and carry out the work recommended.
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