The newly appointed Commissioner of Police (CP) for Oyo State, Sonubi Ayodele, has pledged the unwavering commitment of the Nigeria Police Force to safeguarding lives and property in the region.

Addressing the media in Ibadan during his inaugural briefing on Thursday, Ayodele emphasized that this responsibility would be upheld without bias based on background, religion, or affiliation.

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Under his leadership, Ayodele affirmed that the Oyo State Police Command would maintain a zero-tolerance stance towards criminal activities.

“I will not hesitate to swiftly apprehend and prosecute any individual or group that attempts to disrupt the prevailing peace in the state,” he stated.

Highlighting strategic initiatives to bolster security, Ayodele revealed that the command had revamped its security framework.

This includes implementing a five-step action plan called ‘RACAI’ (Robust Inter-Agency Collaborations) in partnership with other security agencies.

Additionally, the CP underscored intensified community policing efforts, continuous training for officers, enhanced intelligence and technology-driven policing, increased supervision, and heightened visibility of police presence.

Ayodele expressed appreciation for the contributions of groups like the Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC) and pledged to strengthen collaborative efforts with them.

Addressing journalists, he assured a cooperative and respectful relationship, acknowledging the media’s role as essential partners in shaping public perception and managing the police image.

“On behalf of the Police Command, I look forward to forging strong partnerships with residents and stakeholders across Oyo State.

We encourage the public to report any suspicious activities promptly,” Ayodele concluded.