The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu confirmed plans by authorities to deploy Special Forces to the South-West zone for more effective fight against insecurity and crimes.
Adamu made this known in a talk with newsmen during a visit to the state police headquarters in Akure, as part of his tour of the South-West zone.
The Inspector General said that he had discussed the planned Special Forces with the governor,s and the traditional rulers in the zone during security summit organised by the police in Ibadan.
He also said that the Federal Government had acquired better and improved body armours to secure the lives of policemen while combating criminals. He added that community policing would soon be inaugurated to help fight crime and get information to battle criminals.
The Police Boss said that vehicles with state-of-the-art equipment would be given to state commands in order to use technology to fight crime.