Police Ladies’ Association celebrates 70th anniversary

The Police Ladies' Association (POLA) visited the Volta regional police training school in Ho where they donated air-conditioners

Members of the Volta Region chapter of the Police Ladies’ Association (POLA) of the Ghana Police Service have kicked off activities leading to their 70th anniversary celebration.

The celebration started Tuesday 16 August and expected to end Sunday 21 August 2022.

The association, headed by DSP Effia Tenge paid a courtesy call on Dr Archibald Yao Letsa, the Volta regional minister and chairman of the Regional Security Council (RESEC).

He commended the female police officers for their roles in policing and pledged his support to make the celebration in the region a memorable one.

The delegation also visited the regional police training school in Ho where they donated air-conditioners to the school.

“As part of activities to mark the anniversary we are at the training school to donate these air-conditioners because this is what they needed,” DSP Tenge said.

The commanding officer of the training school, ACP) Williams Yankey Acolatse expressed gratitude to the association.

As part of the celebrations, POLA held a health walk on principal streets of the capital, Ho and also made some donations to families of late female officers.

On 1 September 1989, POLA was officially formed.

Albert Kuzor

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