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Policing in Ghana was originally organized by traditional authorities led by local kings or chiefs.
This they did by employing unpaid messengers to carry executive and judicial functions in their respective communities.
Professional policing was introduced by the British colonial authorities in 1831 under the colonial administrator, captain George Maclean, Governor of the then Gold Coast, recruited 129 men to patrol the trade routes between Ashanti and the Coast and to protect colonial merchants and officials around castle, where the governor lived.
This book examines the current development of policing in Ghana, police powers and crime in Ghana.
Readers will find this book very useful especially people who are planning for a visit to Ghana shall have first hand information about policing in Ghana and their personal security and police protection in Ghana.
Richard Attu was born in 1983 in a small village called Nkomi-Kajaji, in the Sene East district of Bono East region of Ghana to Mr.
Joseph Attu Ladan and the late Madam Susana Abena Bibio.
He is currently a Master of Law degree (LLM)Candidate of the University of London.He received his Bachelor of Law degree from the Mountcrest University College.
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