Police officers posted at Olupale in the Okongo Constituency will see their living conditions improved in the near future.

After a recent visit to the police station, Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety and Security, Dr Daniel Kashikola says plans are to set up proper infrastructure there.

The Olupale Police Station was set up in 2008 and currently has 14 staff members accommodated in tents.

Dr Kashikola says plans to build barracks, a charge office, a kitchen and a dining hall are all on the cards.

The ministry, he says, will use the infrastructure development concept applied at Okanyandi police station.

Kashikola says the ministry's wish is to build quality infrastructure to see officers patrolling along the borders, work under better conditions.

Common crimes recorded at Olupale Police Station include suicide, livestock stolen and driven into Angola, common assault and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

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