Delta Police sets up Complaints Response Unit


CITIZENS COMPASS —The Delta State Police Commissioner, CP Abaniwonda Olufemi, has established a Complaints Response Unit (CRU) at the Command headquarters. 

The CRU is a department that will work directly under the supervision of the Police Public Relation Officer of the command to checkmate the excesses and unprofessional conducts of the police officers operating in Delta State.

This is inline with the directives of the Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun PhD, NPM on zero tolerance on corruption, extortion, and abuse of fundamental human rights of Nigerians,  and to curb the excesses of Police officers. 

The IGP mandated all State Commissioners of Police to establish Complaint Response Units (CRU) in all state Commands. 

The CP who understands the need to maintain the highest standards of professionalism in the organization, seeks to rectify any excesses or inappropriate behavior demonstrated by the police officers and men of the command. On this note, the public can channel all complaints and relevant information on police actions either by visiting the CRU office at the Command Headquarters,  or by contacting any of the following phone numbers: 09155570008 | 09011112311 | 09064308018 | 09066575187; or via the social media handle: (X – Delta_PoliceCRU; FACEBOOK – DeltaNG CRU INSTAGRAM: @Delta_PoliceCRU);  and the official email –

In summary, CP Abaniwonda Olufemi while reaffirming his zero tolerance to the abuse of authorities, added that the IGP has shown an unwavering zeal to fight corruption and unprofessionalism, hence he will not hesitate to promptly sanction any erring officer. He further encourages the public to assist in the efficient execution of curbing misconduct, excesses, and unprofessionalism among police officers in the State, by collaborating closely with the Police Command Complaint Response Unit. He similarly stressed that the command is unwavering in its commitment to uphold an environment of transparency, accountability, and the protection of citizens’ rights in the discharge of duties, as this will further help build public trust and promote a positive working relationship between the police and the people.


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