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 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
Luapula Province lies in the Northern part of Zambia. It shares boundaries with Northern Province on the eastern side while in the western side, it shares an international boundary with the Democratic republic of Congo (DRC). It also shares borders with Copperbelt and central provinces. The province has 13 districst namely Samfya, Mansa, mwense, Kawambwa, Nchelenge, Chiengi, Milenge, Lunga, Chembe, Chipili, Mwansabombwe including Kaputa and Nsama which are geographically located in northern Province but administratively falling under the jurisdiction of Luapula Police Command. The police provincial headquarters is in Mansa along Independence road.
AREA AND POPULATION
Luapula province covers a surface area of 63,571 square kilometres, Kaputa and Nsama inclusive. Out of this, 19, 967 square kilometres is covered with water. According to the census conducted in 2010, the province has about 1,072,461 people.
The province has six (6) police stations which are:
All these Police Stations are manned by officers-in-charge holding the rank of Assistant superintendent. Chiengi and Mwansabombwe police posts are also manned by assistant superintendents due to the vastness of the area and huge population.