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Police launch ‘know your neighbour’ campaign, hotlines

The Enugu State Police Command has embarked on “Know Your Neighbour’’ campaign and released hotlines as measures to curb crimes.

Police in Enugu distribute leaflets on security tip to residents

As part of activities to ensure security during the Yuletide, the Enugu State Police Command on Saturday distributed over 5,500 leaflets on tips and distress call numbers to residents of Enugu metropolis.

Police distribute 2,500 leaflets on security tips, distress call numbers in Enugu

The Enugu State Police Command, on Saturday, distributed over 2,500 leaflets with security tips, distress call numbers and social media addresses in Enugu.

Police personnel, others participate in fitness exercise in Enugu

No fewer than 516 police personnel and other officers from sister security agencies in Enugu State have participated in a routine monthly fitness exercise.

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