The Director of the Police Intelligence and Professional Standards (PIS) Bureau, COP Nathan Kofi Boakye, has advised media owners to provide protective cloths for their reporters who join the police to cover events such as protest and demonstrations.
He said it is important for the police and the media to have meetings before and after operations to brief and debrief each other for mutual understanding and teamwork.
On his part, the Programs Officer for UNESCO Ghana, Yakub Abdul Hamid has hinted that UNESCO, in collaboration with the Ghana Police Service, is working on a manual to train police personnel.
This, he said, will help the police to work in tandem with world-class police standard.
Yakub added that UNESCO will soon commission a School of Psychology to help journalists on recurrent crime in the country so as to aid their reportage.
Source: Ohemaa Sakyiwaa Ahwenepa