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Angola has a police for more than 800 inhabitants

Angola has a ratio of one policeman to more than 800 inhabitants and the province of Huíla is the least benefited with a workforce for 1666 people, informed the director of Personnel and Tables of the National Police.


The information, advanced by Commissioner José Domingos Moniz, who spoke to the Ministry of the Interior portal, says that the Angolan National Police has a total of 114,674 police officers, who guarantee public order and tranquility throughout the country.

According to the official, of the total number of employees, 70 percent is distributed among the 17 provinces and 30 percent in Luanda.

"Today, the deficit in police coverage at the national level is 64 percent for provincial commands and 54 percent for lines of border protection and strategic objectives," he said.

José Domingos Moniz said that in Luanda, the staff are in the bodies that make up the units of central subordination, doctrine and teaching, namely schools, institutes and training centers, protection and intervention bodies.

"In this percentage of Luanda, we still have staff in training and 2 percent of staff on temporary inactivity," he explained.

The Director of Personnel and Staff of the National Police stressed that the level of police coverage is still a challenge for Angola, when comparing the United Nations recommendation of a police officer for 250 citizens.

"There are more than 800 of us, which means that a policeman is covering another 600 citizens. This disproportionality has a greater emphasis on the province of Huíla, with the 'ratio' of a policeman to 1666 inhabitants - the worst coverage at national level - Lunda -South with a policeman to serve 1299 inhabitants and Cuanza Sul, which has a policeman to serve 1264 inhabitants ", specified the official.

The province of Cuanza Norte has the best coverage, with a policeman for 292 inhabitants, followed by Moxico (a policeman / 581 inhabitants) and Namibe (1 a policeman / 588 inhabitants).

The official highlighted the role of commanders, who despite the deficit "have managed to do their job in everything that is a corner of this Angola".

To cope with the situation, José Domingos Moniz said that the integration of personnel from the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) licensed for retirement is foreseen, with the added value of the fact that these people already have their salary registration.

"Because the State will no longer need a new registration and, with that, change its budget", he clarified.

Regarding the quality of the workforce, the official admitted that it is a concern, stressing that 70 percent of the staff is young, with around 35 percent being between 41 and 55 years old.

According to José Domingos Moniz, 67 percent of the staff is licensed, of which 40 percent are in police and criminal sciences, and have a postgraduate degree.

"In general, the National Police currently has about 20,000 graduates, including bachelors, senior technicians, graduates, masters, doctors and post-doctors in all branches of scientific knowledge and representing all police degrees, that is, between these graduates have agents, deputy chiefs, junior officers, superiors and commissioners ", he said.

With the advanced numbers, the official continued, an average of 145 technicians per province and 19 can be placed in each of Angola's 164 municipalities, while, with regard to graduates, there are conditions to place 48 in each province and five in each municipality.

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