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Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Lanrelagboi: 4:56pm On Mar 31
BREAKING NEWS: Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu today rolls out the plan to train Lagos State Law Enforcement Agents on the use of Body Worn Cameras under the Lagos State Law Enforcement Training Institute (LETI).

#ForAGreaterLagos


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DifXKMA6Qeg
https://twitter.com/Mr_JAGs/status/1377284007688290306?s=19

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by inoki247: 5:01pm On Mar 31
lol body cam wey dem go dey disable if dem wan du anything dubious...


And moreover all this one no need am with one dirty slap someone can restore dere factory settings..

Na police gan gan need am cos na dem sabi misbehave and na dere hand u go see al sort of human right abuse...

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by BigSarah(f): 5:09pm On Mar 31
Lagos truly leads.

But This wouldn’t be used by our checkpoint cops and the ones In slummy areas for obvious reasons.

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by DamnNiggar: 5:11pm On Mar 31
This training has been budgeted to cost the Lagos state Government a whooping sum of 200 billion Naira.

In fact the money is not even enough but the Govt will try and utilized the said amount to buy cameras and make sure the training meets world class.

undecided

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by lekki1444: 5:11pm On Mar 31
the most progressive state in the union

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Salewa97: 5:11pm On Mar 31
inoki247:
lol body cam wey dem go dey disable if dem wan du anything dubious...


And moreover all this one no need am with one dirty slap someone can restore dere factory settings..

Na police gan gan need am cos na dem sabi misbehave and na dere hand u go see al sort of human right abuse...

Most Nigeria first instinct is always to see “what might go wrong” and not “what might be right”.

Body cam is not only for bribe seeking officers, it could also be good as a security system to track traffic offenders and serve as a real-time community monitoring system.

This is a good step by Sanwoolu. They can now improve on it by later but at least it’s a right step.

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Bampeh: 5:12pm On Mar 31
This is good, it will reduce corrupt practices from law enforcement agents in Lagos State.



Thank you Didi2d
Didi2d:

And I like Bampeh.
I like the way you compose your comments here on nairaland.










bampeh love this modern technology

Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Bobotic(m): 5:12pm On Mar 31
But we never END SARS

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by visijo(m): 5:12pm On Mar 31
See upgrade..

Meanwhile Don't lose a loyal man just because he mistakenly impregnated other woman.�

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Dalil8: 5:12pm On Mar 31
Ok but why not change their old, rusty AK rifles first?

undecided undecided

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Nairalandian(m): 5:12pm On Mar 31
Body Cam's...
Impressive, but let them try to thoroughly reform our olopka cops, most especially, the government should provide them with good guns, not all this muturu that they used in fighting world war 1.

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Mindlog: 5:13pm On Mar 31
That is if they don't disable it! grin

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by aydought: 5:13pm On Mar 31
They should use it to stop the perennial traffic jams caused by lawlessness. Anybody caught on camera should be slammed with N50k fine. All Lagosians will sit up by force and Lagos state government can also use it to generate revenue.

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Bustincole(m): 5:13pm On Mar 31
Only Lagos is in 2021 with the oyinbos.... but other state are in 1972



Sanwo-Olu for 2nd term

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by ezenwajosh(m): 5:13pm On Mar 31
Lagos a good state with vision under NIGERIA can't work





What was found on fasholas camera....we didn't know again
Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by MANNABBQGRILLS: 5:13pm On Mar 31
We are getting there.....

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Ejlove4u(m): 5:13pm On Mar 31
make sense... let me see how them go see shi shi collect
Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by coolbreezy01: 5:14pm On Mar 31
What they won't use Las las. Everything is just anyhow
Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by BlackfireX: 5:14pm On Mar 31
Igbo boys looking at the device and smiling


nna men see business

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by plaindealer: 5:14pm On Mar 31
The Federal Republic Of Lagos State, oh, I mean testing ground for the Federal Republic Of Oduduwa.


grin grin

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Mindlog: 5:14pm On Mar 31
visijo:
See upgrade..

Meanwhile Don't lose a loyal man just because he mistakenly impregnated other woman.�

Mistakenly impregnates as in like he mistakenly feel down and his fluid got mixed up with that of the woman? cheesy cheesy cheesy

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Tigolom: 5:14pm On Mar 31
Oka
Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Bouz(m): 5:15pm On Mar 31
Lagos state lacks vision. lagos should have been the new york of nigeria...

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by KnightsTemplar(m): 5:16pm On Mar 31
There are ones smaller than these. They go just off the thing if dey wan collect bribe.
Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Reish(m): 5:17pm On Mar 31
Nice one, it should be made compulsory for patrol and checkpoint teams
Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by plaindealer: 5:20pm On Mar 31
Bouz:
Lagos state lacks vision. lagos should have been the new york of nigeria...


Their budget in NY is $175 Billion while the budget in Lagos is $2.4 Billion for 20 Million people, larger than the population of NY.

The danger of illogical comparison..

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Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Kowah: 5:22pm On Mar 31
Commmendable!
Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Whois: 5:24pm On Mar 31
Good decision

Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by texazzpete(m): 5:26pm On Mar 31
Believe this, you’ll believe anything.
Re: Lagos State To Train Law Enforcement Agents On Use Of Body Worn Cameras by Cmanforall: 5:27pm On Mar 31
Nice

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