The Nigeria Police Force (NPF), has tasked Chief Security Officers (CSOs), Aide-de-Camp (ADCs) and Orderlies to state governors and Very Important Persons (VIPs) on professionalism.
The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, made the call on Wednesday in Abuja.
The IGP who was speaking during the 3-day induction course to train the officers, emphasized the need for their commitment to "effectively carrying out these specialized policing services."
He further urged them to continue to develop themselves for efficient policing.
Those inducted included 53 CSOs and ADCs, and 18 Orderlies.
This was contained in a statement on Thursday by CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, spokesperson of the Police Force.
"The Nigeria Police Force has completed a 3-day Induction Course to train officers who have been appointed as Chief Security Officers (CSOs), Aide-de-Camps (ADCs), Orderlies to State Governors and other Very Important Persons (VIPs) on their duties and responsibilities while carrying out protective services in their different postings held on Wednesday 24th May, 2023, at the Goodluck Jonathan Peacekeeping Hall, Force Headquarters, Abuja.
"The induction course catered to 53 CSOs and ADCs, as well as 18 Orderlies.
"The training similarly covered the Rules of Engagement and Standard Operational Procedures to apply in various simulated situations as well as specific policies and etiquettes for strict adherence.
"Seasoned officers with a wealth of experiential knowledge, led by the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, CFR, were on the ground to coordinate the course," Adejobi stated.