IGP Egbetokun Attends 14th World Police Summit In Dubai

To boost world best Police practices in Nigeria, the Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun, is currently participating in the 14th World Police Summit holding in Dubai from the 5th to the 7th of March, 2024.

The global symposium is a forum for law enforcement, security, and policing professionals from around the world to exchange insights, best practices, and strategies for addressing contemporary challenges in public safety and security.

The World Police Summit also serves as a platform for fostering international collaboration and cooperation in combating transnational crime, terrorism, cyber threats, and other emerging security issues by providing a unique opportunity for law enforcement leaders to engage in constructive dialogue, share experiences, and explore innovative solutions to complex security challenges.

A statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi and made available to SpyeTV said the IGP will “participate in high-level discussions, panel sessions, and workshops focused on key thematic areas such as counterterrorism, crime prevention, community policing, and technological advancements in law enforcement.”

He will also have the opportunity to network with counterparts from various countries, strengthening bilateral and multilateral partnerships in the global fight against crime.

The Nigeria Police Force, the statement said, remaind committed to leveraging international platforms such as the World Police Summit to “enhance its capacity, knowledge, and capabilities in addressing evolving security threats and safeguarding the safety and well-being of all Nigerians.”

It noted that the insights gained from this summit will inform “our strategic initiatives and operational approaches to ensure effective policing and law enforcement across the country.”

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