By Adedapo Adesanya
The State Criminal Investigation Department, (SCID), Panti, Yaba in Lagos State is set to commission a 300-seater-ultra-modern lecture theatre with office spaces for officers.
It was also disclosed that this was part of efforts to intensify training and re-training of Police officers in-line with policies set by Inspector General of Police, Mr Mohammed Adamu.
On the office complex project, Business Post gathered that the project, which started in July 2019, was recently completed and would mainly serve the purpose of training and retraining of police personnel.
It was further gathered that the building will be commissioned tentatively on January 30, 2020 by the Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Mr Hakeem Odumosu.
The project was made possible by donors ranging from individuals to corporate entities as a form of social responsibility and will boast of projectors for lectures and presentations, air conditioners, standby generator for constant supply of power, office spaces for officers, modern toilets for convenience.
Senior police officers from the Command as well as donors who are the major stakeholders would also be attending the commissioning of the building.
Recall that in July 2019, the SCID commissioned an ultramodern statement taking and interview room under the supervision of the Deputy Commissioner of Police and Officer-in-Charge of the SCID, Mrs Yetunde Longe.
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