Zambia Police Service, is charged with the responsibility of maintaining peace, law and order in all our communities country-wide. In order to effectively and efficiently execute its mandate ....Read More
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Police action pictures
It is pass out parade show
at Lilayi Police College
Former IG Boat Tour
The IG and The Director Administration (Former) during the Launch of the Police Service Charter
Service Chiefs during Inauguration Ceremony at Heroes National Stadium in Lusaka
RTSA and Police enhances Traffic Management aimed at reducing Road Traffic Accidents.
During Pass out at Sondela
Service Chiefs during National Day of Prayer Fasting and Reconciliation at Woodlands in Lusaka on 18 October 2016
The IG with the National Team Coach Chief Inspector Zulu and Netball player Sergeant Helen Tembo
Pose for the Photo after the Launch of the Zambia Police Website
Thursday, It is a sports day for Police
Senior Police Officers participate
FINGER PRINTS SECTION
By Joyce Nyirenda
Faces can change but fingerprints never change; the picture above shows a man with different looks but he is still the same person. Every human being carries a unique and permanent characteristic regarding finger prints.
Finger prints are unique in the sense that they do not change from birth to death and even after the death of someone until complete decomposition occurs.
Finger print is a reproduction of papillary ridges on the phalanx of the finger and it does not change even after a person grows old.
The first fingerprints Bureau in Zambia was established in 1936. The then Northern Rhodesia Police (N.R.P) decided to become independent and established a fingerprints bureau in Livingstone, Southern part of Northern Rhodesia as the first fingerprints bureau.
Ever since its establishment, the country has maintained the Henry system as a method of classifying and filing of fingerprints. The system is named after Mr Edward Richard Henry who was the Inspector General of Police in Bengal India.
The usage of fingerprints in person’s identification has for a long time offered an infallible way of person’s identification in crime related cases in Zambia. While there are other means of person’s identification, fingerprints has proved to be one of the most reliable methods used in most countries today to investigate criminal cases.