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New IGP story is inspirational

Kwaku Romeo Esq
2021-07-21 18:39:44

Dr. George Akuffo Dampare is the youngest Acting Inspector–General of Police (IGP) to be appointed in the Fourth Republic, and the eighth youngest since Ghana gained independence.

Prior to this appointment, he was the senior-most police officer after the just retired IGP.

Fifty-One (51) year old COP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, a staunch Christian, joined the Ghana Police Service 32 years ago as a constable with no secondary school background.

Dr. Dampare joined the Ghana Police Service (GPS) as a Constable in December 1990 at age 20, and rose through the ranks to become Commissioner of Police (COP) 24 years later at age 44 in 2014, the rank he held until his appointment.

In 1991, on completion of his recruit training, Dr. Dampare was adjudged the overall Best Recruit at the National Police Training School, and won all awards except the award for the ‘Best Marksman’.

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