DCOP Kwesi Ofori bows out after 34 years of active policing
The Director-General of Public Affairs Directorate of the Ghana Police Service, DCOP Samuel Kwesi Ofori is retiring from active duty on Wednesday, 20 July 2022.
He has attained the mandatory retirement age of 60.
In a press invitation signed by the Director of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police, a Pull-out and Farewell Ceremony is scheduled to take place at the National Police Training School in Accra to honor him.
In attendance will be the Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare and members of the Police Management Board (POMAB).
DCOP Kwasi Ofori takes a bow out of the Ghana Police Service after thirty-four years of dedicated service to the country.
The Director-General of Police Public Affairs leaves the service with unparalleled integrity and unmatched worth of experience.
DCOP Kwasi Ofori who has worked in various capacities was enlisted in the service on December 1st, 1988.
By dint of hard work, the Senior Police officer rose through the ranks to become the Director-General of Public Affairs of the Service.
He was formally the Divisional Commander at Adabraka in Accra and later moved to the VVIP Unit at the Flagstaff House.
In 2011, Mr. Ofori was transferred out as head of Operations of the Greater Accra Region and posted as District Police Commander for Tafo-Pankrono in the Kumasi Metropolis.