Security


ABraham Kromah and several otherranking members of the Liberia have been relieved of their posts

Axe Falls over LNP as President Sirleaf Makes New Appointments in Government

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has with immediate effect, relieved the following persons from their posts at the Liberia National Police (LNP). 
 
They include: Abraham Kromah, as Deputy Director of Police for Operations; Samuel Nimley, as Assistant Director for Intelligence; Phil Tougbey, as Assistant Director for Administration; and, Joseph B. Flomo, as Assistant Director for Crimes Services Department and transferred to Intelligence as Acting Assistant Director. 
 

LNP Nimba Commander speaks to citizens upon arrival in Frolay

Nimba Security Patrol Resumed

The security apparatus of Nimba County, backed by United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), on April 17 commenced an exercise considered as “confidence building” along the bordering towns with La Cote d’Ivoire.

It was part of their duty to foster security and confidence among the locals.


APM Terminal Liberia’s MD addresses the gathering

APM Terminal, Partners Observe Global Safety Day

The APM Terminal’s managers, employees and the acting leadership of the National Port Authority (NPA) yesterday celebrated Global Safety Day (GSD) in Monrovia with a call for all to prioritize safety rules at their respective work places.

 The ceremony held at the APM Terminal head offices at the Free Port of Monrovia was the ninth hosted by the company in the country under the theme, “Work Safe, Home Safe.”

30 Motorcyclists Charged with Multiple Crimes

The Liberia National Police (LNP) has completed its investigations, charged and forwarded to court thirty motorcyclists for their involvement in the Thursday April 16, violent protest in the City of Paynesville that led to the burning down of a police station and five other stations vandalized.

According to spokesman Sam Collins, the LNP’s Charge Sheet documented the actions carried out by rampaging motorcyclists based upon the alleged killing of their fellow motorcyclist, Alfred Tarnue, by a police officer


BIN Commissioner Lemuel Reeves: “The… tents will ensure that BIN officers are deployed at border posts especially as UNMIL draws down.”

UNDP Donates 8 Shelter Tents to BIN

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has donated eight shelter tents valued at US$38,660 to the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN) as part of efforts to ensure effective monitoring of Liberia’s border posts to prevent the resurgence of the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD) and other cross-border issues.

At the donation ceremony in Monrovia, UNDP Deputy Country Director for Programmes and acting Country Director Cleophas Torori said the donation of the shelter tents is intended to ensure robust surveillance at the country’s border posts.

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