Women Policing in Ghana @ 70 Dinner

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A deputy attorney general, Diana Asunaba Dapaah, has urged women professionals to combine knowledge and professionalism with humility to remain on top of their careers.

Diana Asunaba Dapaah, was addressing the 70th anniversary dinner of police women association of Ghana

twelve women graduated from the police training school on September 1, 1952, marking the beginning of women policing in Ghana.

currently, there are over 10,896 women in the Ghana police service, making up about 28 per cent of the overall police workforce.

The 70th anniversary will honour accomplished women in policing to inspire future progress,

A former national security coordinator and retired police commissioner, Francis Poku, lauded the role of women in policing.

A deputy attorney general, Diana Asunaba Dapaah, urged women professionals to aim higher in their respective careers.

A representative of the inspector general of police, cop Ebenezer Doku, assured the administration’s readiness to support police women’s delivery.

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