LIBERIA: LNP, LTMI To Commence Road Traffic Management On January 31, Monday
The Liberia National Police and the Liberia Traffic Management Incorporated will on Monday, January 31, 2022 officially launch operations for its new road traffic management.
On Wednesday, January 26, 2022, the Policy Management Board of the Liberia National Police, comprising the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Liberia Institute of Public Administration, the Civil Service Agency and the Liberia National Police, convened in finalizing the Memorandum of Understanding and the Standard Operation Procedures between the two collaborating entities.
This Friday, January 28, 2022, the leadership of the Liberia National Police and the Liberia Traffic Management Incorporated will hold a validation program of the Memorandum of Understanding and the Standard Operating Procedures of the current Liberia Traffic Management program.
Also, it is expected that this Saturday, January 29, 2022, a two day training will commence which brings together two hundred officers from the Public Safety Division of the Liberia National Police.
The training is aimed at refreshing officers on the Concessional arrangement between the Government of Liberia and the Liberia Traffic Management Incorporated, Refresher of officers on the Vehicle and Traffic Laws of Liberia, Customer Service, and Conflict Management and Resolution.
The LNP notes that this Public Private Partnership between the LNP and the Liberia Traffic Management is authorized by the Government of Liberia through the National Legislature in its 1st Session of the 54th Sitting on September 11, 2018.
In the coming days, the Public Affairs Division of the Liberia National Police will robustly engage the Press to provide detailed information about this new road traffic partnership for a better understanding of the public.
A press release signed by the Public Affairs of the Liberia National Police and posted on social media platform, Face Book noted