AMBODE DECORATES LAGOS TASK FORCE CHAIRMAN WITN NEW CSP RANK

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The Chairman of the Lagos State Task CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi was today decorated with his new (CSP) rank by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode at Alausa.

CSP Egbeyemi who was appointed Chairman, Lagos State Task Force on March 10, 2016 by the Governor studied Philosophy at Ondo State University (now Ekiti State University) and also obtained Masters Degree in International Relations and Startegic Studies at Lagos State University  (LASU).

Between August 15, 2002 and February 2004 he was at the Nigeria Police Academy (POLAC), Kano State where he was trained as a cadet Assistant Supretendent of Police  (ASP).

He started his Police career at Aguda Police Station, Surulere, Lagos in 2004 as Traffic Officer and an administratibpvd officer at Elere Divisional Police Station, Agege.

CSP Egbeyemi was deployed as Crime Officer (1) at Alausa Divisional Police Station and Deputy Police PRO, Lagos State Command.

After his excellence performance, he was deployed as PA/Staff Officer to Inspector General of Police IGP Mike Okiro (Rtd) and later he became the ADC to Governor Ibikunle Amosun where he resigned voluntarily with reason best known to him

He attended several courses, both home and abroad which includes: Peace Support Operation and Anti-Terrorist Course at the Prestigious Centre of Excellence for Stability Police Unit (COESPU) in Italy, Combat Craft Operation at Gwazo, Bornu State. Leadership and Citizenship Training at Shere Hills, Jos, Plateau State. Aide-De-Camp  (ADC) Induction Course at Police Staff College, Jos, Plateau State in July 2011. Ad-Hoc duties include Joint Task Force  (JTF) with the Military and DSS in Potiskum, Yobe and Kano State engaging insurgents in 2012 and 2014 respectively.

CSP Egbeyemi is a member of International Association of Chiefs of Police and has attended the ICP Conferences at Philadelphia, Florida, Chicago, and San-Diego in Califonia in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 respectively in United States of America.

He was promoted to his new Chief Superintendent of Police  (CSP) on June, 2018.

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