Police officers urged to be exemplary


Police Officers in Mangochi district have been urged to be exemplary with the aim of curbing various crimes in the district.

The remarks were made by Inspector Miltons Moyo of Mangochi Police station on Tuesday at Monkey Bay police during sensitization meeting with the officers on how they can combat Violence faced by women and children in the district.

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Police officers asked to lead by example.

Inspector Moyo said that Police officers must carry out their duties in an emphatic manner and also work without fear.

On Customer care, Moyo advised the officers to be gentle and humble when receiving or helping people.

“If people come to seek help from our formations, it means they have confidence in us, we should always give them a warm welcome and at least a smile could do a lot,” Advised Moyo.

Mangochi Police Deputy Spokesperson Amina Daudi said that police officers also discussed issues of concern to their fellow Police Officers namely: Gender based violence, crime prevention, disaster management, discipline, HIV/AIDS, corruption, customer care, juvenile cases, relationship with the community among others.

Similar orientation meetings are scheduled to take place in the remaining posts which are Makanjira and Namwera.



  1. wapolice wakumangochi chani? ha ha ha ha ha ha! musatinamize ngat pali mbava zazikulu ndi zimenezi zimabisana. #kachipande ndi amnzake mudawapititsa kuti? wapolice kugwidwa ndi mlandu owopsa nkungothawitsa mpaka pano mmalawi ovutika mumati mumantetezayo akuvutikabe! wapolice wakumangochi alira ndi vakabu yathayi, mpaka ayamba kumagwira during the day!

  2. Malawi police will never change even you can say this and that its just a waste of energy and time maybe to the next of the next generation that is coming

  3. sure they have to be, otherwise they’ve bcome a private org, we r now forced to pay for services wch r supposed to fo free. esp these traffic policemen, eish!