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Global Sky Security Limited, a Ghanaian private security company has embarked on another benevolent exercise by donating 200 raincoats to the National Patrol Department of the Ghana police.
The company also donated another set of 200 raincoats to the Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate (MTTD) at the Police Headquarters in Accra.
The donation forms part of the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) of helping the police fight crime at all times, even during rainy days.
The company said they were moved to donate the rain coats after monitoring some police officers managing traffic in the rain without any form of protection.
Citing an incident involving a police officer some few weeks ago, who was directing traffic in the rain at Lapaz, a suburb of Accra without a raincoat.
Victoria Aidoo, Head of Administration at Global Sky Security Limited, in an exclusive interview with the DailywebOnline hinted that the gesture would be replicated across the country.
“This is our first time of donating to the Ghana Police but certainly won’t be the last.
“What we intend doing is to cut across Ghana. We will visit every region to do this donation to the Police Service to aid them in effective policing,” she stated.
According to her, Global Sky Security’s core aim is to partner with the police to help cut down crime by about 70 percent.
The company also intends to support the police administration with surveillance and CCTV cameras and other security equipment.
Victoria Adu therefore urged other private security companies to also lend support to the Ghana Police in the fight against crime.
Global Sky Security, a global security company specialized in physical assessment, training of security guards, CCTV Installation and Monitoring Service.
Director of Operations of the National Patrol Department of the Ghana Police, Spt. Joseph Atsu Dzineku, commended Global Sky Security Limited for the donation.
He called other companies and the general public to assist the police service to effectively discharge their duties.
He also cautioned motorist and other road users to be careful on the roads during the rainy season.