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Monday, 27 September 2021

Caleb University security unit strategises for new session

●Engages Consulting Firm
●Personnel Undergoes A 3-Day Intensive Training

By Our Correspondent



In a bid to scale up and reinforce its Campus security operations and networks, the Caleb University Security unit has engaged the services of 'Loss Prevention Services Limited, a top-notch Campus Security and Safety Service Consultancy firm.


According to Mr. Joseph Imhenrion, Chief Security Officer (CSO), Caleb University, "security business is a dynamic one. You are concurrently faced with varying challenges occasioned by human dynamics, hence,  the need to engage the best hands to evolve and retrain the security operatives on modern best international security and safety practices." 

He thanked the Vice-chancellor Prof. Nosa Owens Ibie; the DVC, Prof Ayodeji Daramola; the Acting Registrar, Mayokun Olumeru, and other MManagementStaff for their unflinching support to make the exercise a huge success.


The Workshop, conducted by heavyweights in the security industry. include Mr .Imarah Okpako, National  Coordinator, Association of Heads of Security of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria; member, Nigeria Intelligence Community (rtd), and member, Institution of Security of Nigeria (MISN). Also in attendance was Mr. Frank Oduaran, a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). 
Mr. Timi Ajati, an industrial Security Expert, completes the list.


The three-day training captioned: Campus Security and Safety Services, Trade Craft Course One has no doubt added pep to the knowledge of the trainees in the contemporary task of campus policing and administration. 


While participants on Day One had an engaging and robust physical fitness training, the day two and three featured counseling, motivation, and strategic instructional classes on skills, methodologies, and tactics on providing comprehensive security of all and sundry peoples on the CUL campuses.


Officer Esther Opara expressed her profound gratitude to the organizers while asserting that "we learned a lot during the exercise. The instructors taught us to be more attentive to our job, report any incident accurately and timely, and never leave our duty posts, without clearance".