California State Uni students visit Ghana Police to learn about criminal system

California State Uni students visit Ghana Police to learn about criminal system

Students from the California State University, Sacramento Division of Criminal Justice, today, July 15, 2019, visited the Ghana Police Service as part of a Faculty led study in Ghana.

The reason for their visit is to get firsthand information on the Criminal Justice System.

At the Police Headquarters in Accra, the Director-General/ Legal & Prosecution, COP. Prosper Kwame Agblor briefed the students on the Criminal Justice System, showing them how Police work together with other agencies to deliver justice for all by convicting and punishing the guilty to help them to stop offending while protecting the innocent.

California Students Visit

Students from the California State University in a group photograph with police officers at the Police Headquarters in Accra. Source: Ghana Police Service(Facebook)
Source: Facebook

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The team also visited the Ministries Police Station at Accra, to familiarize with how actual Police work is carried out in Ghana.

Social media users reacting to the post do not really seem happy with the visit of the students from the Carlifornia State University

Twum simply welcomed the team to Ghana.

Umar threw shade at the Ghana Police service. He said if it were Ghanaian students they would not be granted their request

Salim said if it were Ghanaians the police service would be rude to them.

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