The Ghana Police Service is assuring Ghanaians of efforts to investigate and resolve recent violent crimes across the country.
The security agency has outlined a series of measures including them roping in a team from the Counter-Terrorism and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) units to unravel these cases and ensure that the perpetrators are brought to book.
Most Ghanaians have expressed worries about their safety following these latest criminal incidents.
The Minority in Parliament and the Ghana Bar Association have also had cause to ask the IGP and Interior Minister to act in relation to this matter.
But a statement signed by the Director General, Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Eklu said they are not leaving a stone unturned in the quest to resolve the crimes.
“The public is assured that the Police administration is marshalling all resources to towards this efforts. Officers from specialized units of the Criminal Investigative Department including the Counter-Terrorism and Special Weapons and Tactics Units are part of a team of investigators handling these cases” the statement read in part.