In Gombe Police to introduce children career development programme

The commissioner said that the command had introduced series of programmes on youth reorientation and development in line with

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The police command in Gombe State would introduce career development programme aimed at preventing crime and other social vices among children, the Commissioner of Police (CP), Mr Austin Iwar, said.

He made the disclosure in Gombe on Friday when he received the children of Royal Academy who were at the command on a courtesy visit.

Iwar said that the career development was aimed at moulding the children at a tender age.

He added that "it will also deal with social problems directly or indirectly'' and give children the perspective toward positive future.

The commissioner said that the command had introduced series of programmes on youth reorientation and development in line with

police proactive measures and community safety strategies.

In her speech, Mrs Tina Adoola, the Principal of Royal Academy, Gombe, said that the aim of the visit was to partner with the police to ensure better future for children.

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