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SLP unveils five-year strategic plan

May 18, 2015 By Isatu Sesay

With support from the International Security Advisory Team (ISAT), the Sierra Leone Police Friday (15 May) unveiled a strategic plan which will guide their operations for the next five years (2015-2019).

The document will provide an easy reference point that guides the SLP in planning, service delivery and communication with the public, government and development partners.

Speaking during the official unveiling of the plan at the Senior Police Officers Mess at Kingtom, Inspector General of Police, Francis Allieu Munu, noted that the plan would focus on broadening and increasing partnerships as well as improving the welfare of their personnel.

“This document will serve as a guide to the SLP because we have a big responsibility in securing the life and property of the citizens,” he averred.

He disclosed that the plan has five pillars: enhanced efficiency and effectiveness of the SLP for professional service delivery; enhanced accountability mechanisms; partnership and building community relations; strategic innovations; and personnel welfare and conditions of service.

While commending the SLP for putting together a new strategic plan for the next five years, Minister of Internal Affairs, Joseph B. Dauda, urged police officers to adapt to change.

“I want you to count on me for support in whatever you need to enhance your work,” he promised.

Earlier, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Richard Moigbeh, who chaired the event, noted that the document would serve as a legacy for the force.

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