Police launch anti-crime TV prog.

The Public Affairs and Communication Department of the Ghana Police Service (GPS) in partnership with Creative Storm Networks, premieres a Ghana Police Watch Television Series on Ghana’s major television networks, starting Tuesday 13 March 2018...


The Public Affairs and Communication Department of the Ghana Police Service (GPS) in partnership with Creative Storm Networks, premieres a Ghana Police Watch Television Series on Ghana’s major television networks, starting Tuesday 13 March 2018.

According to a release signed by ACP David Eklu, Director-General of Public Affairs, the Ghana Police Watch will be a “factual and reliable weekly TV series that will provide timely information on combating crime in Ghana and protecting citizens and property at all time”.

The statement added that the Ghana Police Watch will feature news, special reports, police updates and security tips to improve personal safety as well as that of the community.

The time and TV stations that will broadcast the Ghana Police Watch programme is attached to the story.

Source :Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM



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