Dr. Franklin Kwesi Biney, Executive Director of the private security firm Royal Kingdom Security Network Limited, has demanded that the police training curriculum be updated to reflect the most recent criminal behavior trends. “It appears that our police do not undertake further studies to improve and reinforce them to fit contemporary crime patterns after their six months of training, making it look like our police were failing,” he said.
Dr. Biney delivered these remarks in conjunction with the announcement of Royal Kingdom Security Network Limited (ROKSNEL) as an authorized ISO-SEC representative in Ghana. The accreditation validates ROKSNEL’s membership in the international organization and allows it to provide trainings and courses on current issues in both domestic and global security.
Dr. Biney urged participants in the security sector to increase efforts to avert conflicts and enhance the dissemination of security-related information to the general public. To ensure that conflicts are avoided altogether for peace and security, he stated the nation needed to utilize its “preventive capacities.” He continued, “The persistence of violence, robberies, kidnappings, and abductions within nations is a clarion cry for all of us to do more to strengthen and promote peace, security, and safety. Dr. Biney pleaded with the media to include parts on their shows that would inform the public about security-related issues.
Despite doing their best, the police were constrained by “inadequate” logistics un their operations, according to Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Kwadwo Antwi Tabi, Second-in-Command to the Director General of Private Security Organizations, Ghana Police Service. He urged the general public to assist the service by providing information tips and logistical support for their missions.
According to DCOP Tabi, the Service has trained its employees to counteract current criminal trends through partnerships with the United States of America and the United Nations. He assured the public of their commitment to serve them with integrity and stated that despite their difficulties, they were doing their best to ensure peace and security in the nation. With its headquarters in Switzerland, the International Security Organisation (ISO-SEC) is a global security organization.