16 Sep, 2020

The Lagos State Law Enforcement Training Institute (LETI) is another step closer toward the completion of its 13-week mandatory law enforcement officers’ proficiency training.


The training which started on August 10, 2020, is done in batches and had just completed the 11th Batch with officers from LASTMA, KAI, LNSC and VIS


There is no doubt that Heads of the various Law Enforcement Agencies whose officers are participating in the training are seeing the benefits of keying into the vision of LETI.


The General Manager, Lagos Neighborhood Safety Corps, (LNSC), Mr Adegboyega Bajulaiye while addressing Batch 11 members during the passing out parade, commended the efforts of the institute in ensuring that quality training is delivered to the officers.


He expressed his confidence in the officers to perform their duties optimally based on the level of training received at the institute which he said was of”global standard”.


He also lauded the Director-General of LETI, Prince Ifalade Oyekan for the innovation and creativity introduced to make LETI stand out for greater achievement.


Prince Ifalade Oyekan however, on behalf of the officers, appealed that training allowance is given to all participants of the training henceforth.