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Withdraw New L.I. Seeking To Permit Use Of Sirens, No Speed Limit For MPs And Others – Bureau of Public Safety

The Bureau of Public Safety (BPS) has expressed dismay and disappointment over some amendments to the Road Traffic Regulations Act LI 2180, which have been laid before Parliament. These amendments expand speed limit exemptions and other permissions to include all members of Parliament and ministers of state on our roads. …

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BPS To Students In Ghana’s Universities: Campus Rivalry Must Be Centered On Intellectual Acumen, Not Violence

The Chief of Party at the Bureau of Public Safety, Nana Yaw Akwada has called on students in Ghana’s universities to elevate the phenomenon of campus rivalry to the level of intellectual prowess rather than violence. Twelve students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology are receiving treatment …

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BPS Report: Use Of Firearms For Violent Crimes Up By 4%

The Bureau of Public Safety (BPS) has appealed to the Minister in charge of the Interior and other law enforcement agencies to come up with policies that will reduce the increasing number of violent crimes executed with firearms. The Bureau Public Safety explained that the execution of violent crimes with …

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Public Safety And Crime Report : Ashanti Region Tops Murder Case

The 2021 Public Safety and Crime report has revealed that the Ashanti Region recorded the highest number of murder cases out of over 200 murder cases recorded last year, across the country.   The Bureau of Public Safety in its 2021 report said the region recorded 23 percent of all …

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Bureau of Public Safety: Violent Crimes Went Up By 40% In 2021

The Bureau of Public Safety has revealed that violent crimes in the country went up by 40.8% percent compared to the situation in 2020. This was contained in the 2021 edition of its annual ‘Ghana Public Safety and Crime Report.’   Data in the report indicated that associated deaths also …

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