Police vow to enforce biosecurity measures

  • Paulo de Almeida, Comandante-Geral da Polícia Nacional
Luanda - The General Commander of the National Police, Paulo de Almeida, said on Tuesday that the corporation will be "implacable" against the non-compliers and disrespectful of the new prevention measures against Covid-19.

According to the official, the National Police (PN) will be firm in its mission to ensure that the guidelines resulting from the update of the Presidential Decree on protection measures against Covid-19, which came into force on Monday (10), are complied with.

In this way, he asked the citizens and the institutions for understanding and for the scrupulous fulfilment of the guidelines, "because the objective is only to save human lives".

Paulo de Almeida made these declarations during the act of awarding 205 diplomas to the 5th group of graduates in Police and Criminal Sciences of the Osvaldo Serra Van-Dúnem Institute.

On the other hand, he acknowledged that the PN needs to improve its performance, especially in what concerns the inter-relation with the citizen and its police analysis.

"We need to know better the phenomena that interfere in the behaviour of man so that we can act with greater objectivity, operationality and science," the commissioner-general of the National Police admitted.

He admitted that the Higher Institute of Police and Criminal Sciences, after 10 years of operation, needs some adjustments in its organisation and structure, especially in its professional focus and entry profile.

 

According to the official, the National Police (PN) will be firm in its mission to ensure that the guidelines resulting from the update of the Presidential Decree on protection measures against Covid-19, which came into force on Monday (10), are complied with.

In this way, he asked the citizens and the institutions for understanding and for the scrupulous fulfilment of the guidelines, "because the objective is only to save human lives".

Paulo de Almeida made these declarations during the act of awarding 205 diplomas to the 5th group of graduates in Police and Criminal Sciences of the Osvaldo Serra Van-Dúnem Institute.

On the other hand, he acknowledged that the PN needs to improve its performance, especially in what concerns the inter-relation with the citizen and its police analysis.

"We need to know better the phenomena that interfere in the behaviour of man so that we can act with greater objectivity, operationality and science," the commissioner-general of the National Police admitted.

He admitted that the Higher Institute of Police and Criminal Sciences, after 10 years of operation, needs some adjustments in its organisation and structure, especially in its professional focus and entry profile.