Rapid Response Squad - RRS

Rapid Response Squad - RRS RRS is an arm of the Lagos State Police Command. It was set-up to speedily respond to emergencies within Lagos state.
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The Rapid Response Squad (RRS) is an arm of the Lagos State Police Command. It was set up to speedily respond to emergencies within the state. It carries out regular patrols of the state and has various 'pinning-down' points across the city. The RRS responds to distress calls made to 767 and 112.

Yesterday, Commander, Rapid Response Squad (RRS), CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, was awarded by Anwar Ul Islam College, Agege Ol...
18/12/2023

Yesterday, Commander, Rapid Response Squad (RRS), CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, was awarded by Anwar Ul Islam College, Agege Old Students Association (ACAOSA) as a good Ambassador of the school as well as for his immense contributions and support towards the development of the school associations.

The 96 set of Old students' association, at their AGM/Re - Union Meeting presented CSP Egbeyemi with a plaque after delivering a lecture on "Security and Safety".

Today, Commander, Rapid Response Squad (RRS), CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, presented cheques to each of the three Deputy Super...
15/12/2023

Today, Commander, Rapid Response Squad (RRS), CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, presented cheques to each of the three Deputy Superintendent of Police, who retired from the Squad weeks ago.

The gesture, the second in two months, is according to CSP Egbeyemi an effort by the State Government to appreciate the retirees’ contributions for serving the state diligently.

He urged the officers to use the money judiciously while waiting for their statutory pension.

The Permanent Secretary, Office of Chief of Staff, Mrs Adenike Akanbi, who was represented by Director, Special Services, Mr Morakinyo Akinrinade, commended the State Government for adding the reward to the squad’s welfare packages.

The retired officers who benefited from the gesture are: DSP Ogundipe Oluniyi, DSP Isoho Abudul and DSP Olufunmilayo Olatunji.

Emmanuel Okorafor, 26, was arrested yesterday evening in Ojota. He was caught in a POS fraud. He said he started it thre...
30/12/2022

Emmanuel Okorafor, 26, was arrested yesterday evening in Ojota. He was caught in a POS fraud. He said he started it three weeks ago.

Okorafor has been defrauding POS operators various sums of money. He normally give them a figure in seven, which the operator would enter into the POS (N52,000:00). Once the machine is handed to him to enter his PIN, he would cleverly delete two zeros (N5,200:00) before returning it to the operators.

With this, the operators pay him N52, 000:00 while he is debited N5, 200:00.

In his confession, he re-acted same fraud at five POS points yesterday around Ogudu GRA and Ojota before he was arrested in the evening.

As at yesterday, three POS operators said he played the same trick on them. His ATM card matched that used in defrauding the victims. Some of them said they have accused and sacked many of their attendants for stealing their money.

Investigations revealed that the ATM card was used to collect various sums of money ranging from N52,000 to N5500 at many POS points.

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