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Commissioner of Police In-Charge of Administration, Lillian Lombe Kamukoshi shaking hands with Home Affairs Minister, Honourable Stephen Kampyongo while Inspector General of Police, Mr Kakoma Kanganja looks on.
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By Esther Mwaata Katongo
25TH APRIL, 2019 - Inspector General of Police, Mr Kakoma Kanganja who is Southern African Region for Police Chiefs Cooperation (SARPCCO) Chairperson has called for active participation of all SARPCCO member countries in the activities of the regional body.
Mr Kanganja commended South African National Police for playing a pivotal role in implementing decisions made during the Police Chiefs Meeting held in Angola in May last year and for seconding three trainers to the SARPCCO Centre of Excellence for facilitation of SARPCCO Strategic Leadership programme.
The Chairperson who is in South Africa and scheduled to travel to Eswatin is on his routine visits to SARPCCO Member countries to check on progress on the implementation of INTERPOL and SARPCCO resolutions and decisions as well as iron out impediments to international and regional police corporation in the fight of transnational crimes.
He observed that there is need for increased effort in devising strategies aimed at fighting all forms of cross border crimes as individual countries and collectively as member states.
" We all need to direct our resources towards strengthening border areas which are access points for criminals involved in cross border crime, " he said.
Decisions passed during Police Chiefs meetings include Combating violent crimes, fighting cyber crime in the SADC region, conducting of SARPCCO joint operations, and prevention and combating Trafficking in persons in the SADC region among others.
He wished the South African Police well as they will be policing the forthcoming elections.
In his welcome remarks, Lt. General Mfazi who was representing the South African Police Commissioner General ,thanked the SARPCCO Chairperson for accepting the invitation.
Lt. General Mfazi informed the Chairperson that South Africa was on course in terms of participation in SARPCCO activities as well as in coming up with a new vision and giving a strategic direction.