Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Public Presentation of the Results of the Police Station Visitors’ Week, 2010

Report of Results in
Nigeria
Summary

Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa. It has 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. It is located in West Africa and shares land borders with the Republic of Benin in the West, Chad and Cameroon in the East and Niger in the North.

Presention of Altus Award (3rd Best Police Station in Nigeria) to
Badagry Police Station DCO Lagos State,
by Innocent Chukwuma, ED Cleen Fundation  
Nigeria has only one formal police organization recognized by the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1990, the Nigeria Police Force.  A total of 135 (one hundred and thirty-five) police stations participated in the 2010 Altus police station visitors’ week. All the police stations that participated were drawn from Akwa Ibom, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Imo, Lagos, Oyo and Rivers States. The visits were organized by CLEEN Foundation in collaboration with other civil society organizations such as the Network on Police Reform in Nigeria (NOPRIN), the Project Alert on Violence Against Women, Women’s Rights Advancement and Protections (WRAPA), Transition Monitoring Group, Community Policing Partnership Forum, Abak, government agencies such as the Ministry of Police Affairs and the National Human Rights Commission

LR:Kemi Okenyodo, Altus Regional Rep,
DPO, Seme Police Station, Innocent Chukwuma, CLEEN Foundation,
DPO, Bodija Housing Police Station, DCO Badagry 

Four hundred and thirty-five (436) citizens of Nigeria participated in the exercise from different age groups, states, educational social status and professional backgrounds were involved in the visits.

Which police stations participated?

One hundred and thirty-five (135) police stations participated in the exercise. They are as follows:




NigeriaAkwa Ibom State Police Command

A division
Abak
B division

C division

D division
Eket

Esien udim
Etim ekpo
Etinaman

Ibesikpo asut
Ibiomo ibiom
Itu

Nsit ata
Nsit nbium
Oruk anan

Ukunafun
Urunam
Okobo

Onna




Federal capital territory police command

Abaji
Central
Kwali

Butse alahji
Gariki
Maitama

Gwagwa
Karimu
Nyanya

Karishe
Karu
Wuye

Kubuwa
Kuje
Asokoro

Lugbe
National Assembly
Wuse

Zuba
Gwagwalada
Life camp

Gwarimpa



Imo State Police Command

Aboh mbaise
Aluazu
Oguta

Ehine mbano
Iho
Orlu

Isiala mbano
Mbaitoli
Orlu west

New owerri
Ugor okpala
Owerri west

Njaba
Obowo
Ohaji

Orlu East
Owerri East
Owerri Urban

Shell lamp







Lagos State Police Command

Adeniji adele
Akinpelu
Denton

Alapere
Alausa
Ebute-ero division

Anthony
Apapa
Festac

Apata
Badagry
Idimu

Bariga
Bode thomas
Ikeja

Dolphin
Ikotun
Itire

Ejigbo
Ilasa maja
Layeni

Gowon estate
Ijora bariga
Ikoyi

Ijeshatedo
Iponri
Ilupeju

Itire
Ojo
Ipaja

Layeni
Okokomaiko
Isheri

Makinde
Pen-cinema
Ketu

Maroko
Satellite
Ikoyi

Mushin
Surulere
Ilupeju

Ketu
Trinity
Sabo

Lion building
Ogudu
Seme

Man centre
Ojodu
Tolu

Mosafejo
Onikan
Victoria





OYO STATE POLICE COMMAND

Agodi gate
Oguda
Iyana offa

Ogugu
Akobo
Mokola

Bodija
Dugbe
Ojoo

Gbagi
Housing bodija
Testing ground

Idiaro
Idi-ogun
Iyana offa

Idi-ogungun
Iyaganku
Mokola

Ogbere
Mapo
Sars

Yemetu







RIVERS STATE POLICE COMMAND

Diobu
Mini Okoro
Borokiri

Rumukpakwu
Special area
Oyibo





                                                                





Presention of Altus Award (2nd Best Police Station in Nigeria)
to Housing Bodija Police Station DPO, Oyo State by Innocent Chukwuma, ED Cleen Fundation 
Pretension of Altus Award (1st Best Police Station in Nigeria)
to Sene Police Station DPO, Lagos State by Innocent Chukwuma, ED Cleen Fundation



















Who were the visitors?

In Nigeria, the visits were conducted in Imo, Oyo, Lagos Akwa Ibom and the FCT. A total of 436 visitors participated in the exercise. Below is a breakdown of the demographics of the visitors are as follows:



















Which police station scored the highest?

Among the one hundred and thirty-three police station visited in Nigeria, these three police stations scored highest base on the assessment carried by the visitors.

1.     Seme police station 96.0% (Lagos)
2.      Bodija 93.7% (Oyo) and
3.     Badagry (Lagos) 92.3%

All the scores in each indicator areas were collated together in their different categories to form national assessment in order to ascertain the outstanding categories and those lacking. The chart below represents the national assessment of Nigeria.








Each of the five indicator areas was analyzed separately to reveal the performance of few outstanding police stations in these areas. Thus, the charts below are representations of each category.


COMMUNITY ORIENTATION
HOUSING BODIJA POLICE STATION


Community orientation, the visitors scored Housing Bodija police station 100.0% to emerge in the first position. Seme police station came second with 98.3% while Badagry came third with 96.7%.



PHYSICAL CONDITIONS ILUPEJU POLICE STATION


Physical conditions: the visitors scored Ilupeju police station 98.7% to emerge in the first position. Seme police station came second with 91.7% while Badagry came third with 83.7%.






EQUAL TREATMENT OF PUBLIC SEME POLICE


Equal treatment of public: Seme, Housing Bodija and Badagry police stations scored 100.0% to come first, followed by  Housing Ilupeju in the second place with 81.7% and finally in third place, A Division police (Akwa Ibom) with 75%.








Transparency and accountability: the visitors scored Housing Bodija police station 100.0% to emerge in the first position. Seme police station came second with 96.7% while Badagry came third with 95.0%.






Detention conditions: Seme and Housing Bodija police stations scored 93.3% as the highest in first position, Badagry came second with 86.7% and Ilupeju came third with 78.3.




















Overall Scores:  Drawing from the chart above:
 Seme scored 96.0%
 Housing Bodija 93.7% and
Badagry  92.3% .

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