The Malawi Police Service (MPS) says its new graduates that underwent a pass out parade witnessed by President Peter Mutharika on Friday will help bring a lot of change to the operations of the police in the country.
Speaking to Malawi News Agency (MANA) on Monday, National Police Spokesperson James Kadadzera said the newly graduated police officers will bring a positive change in terms of national security and the reduction of crime in the country.
“The newly graduated police recruits will add more energy in all the police stations that they have been posted to and this will have a positive impact in issues like national security and dropping of crime rates in the country,” Kadadzera said.
He added that the recruits are; energetic and enthusiastic and these attributes are important for someone working in the police.
The National Police Spokesperson said that police operations will be boosted and that as police they expect to have a lot of positive change.
“The newly graduated police officers will increase police visibility and this will reduce crime rates and the fear for crime occurrences among Malawians,” Kadadzera pointed out.
Currently the new police graduates have been posted in all police stations across the country and they will be involved in general duties and mobile divisions.
President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika presided over the pass out parade ceremony on Friday, December 2, 2016 where almost 1300 people graduated from Limbe and Mtakataka Police Training Schools.
Source: Malawi News Agency – MANA