Some Law enforcement Commanders in the Greater Accra Region have revealed that persons who commit minimal offenses will not be detained due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Speaking to Joy News’ Maxwell Agbagba throughout a Zoomlion Covid-19 disinfection work out, the officers explained the conclusion will decongest law enforcement cells and reduce the spread of the virus.
“We be certain that slight offenders are not detained but instantly granted bail to protect against overcrowding in facility,” the Commander of the Korle-Bu Law enforcement Station, DSP Cephas Edzeani reported.
He indicated that in buy to defend inmates from contracting the virus website visitors are not allowed to contact convicts incorporating that officers who interact with them observe the protocols when administering their responsibilities.
“We do not permit men and women to make contact with the inmates and we make guaranteed that visitors observe the protocols like handwashing, social distancing and donning of nose masks at all moments.”
Addressing the Covid-19 cases recorded in the Dansoman Divisional Command, Superintendent Daniel Jeffery Darko reported make contact with tracing have been carried out and samples of identified individuals have been taken to Noguchi Memorial Institute of Clinical Exploration.
He noted his officers are making sure that all the precautionary actions stated by the Ghana Well being Assistance is being adhered to.
“Citizens still occur here to lodge issues, and we are continue to heading to court but we be certain that all periods we abide by all the basic safety protocols.”
“But we do not detain men and women in all situations, some of them we consider witness statement and if there is plenty of evidence, we go to court quickly. If there is no proof, we grant bail for people today to go home.”
On his section, the Mamprobi Police Commander, Main Superintendent Cephas Arthur expressed his gratitude to the waste management company, Zoomlion Confined for carrying out the workout to disinfect many police stations in the state.
“This will definitely go a very long way to sanitise our offices and secure us against the virus so if our machines or any of our logistics have been contaminated they are now protected to use,” he reported.