CP Adeoye Assumes As 33rd Commissioner Of Police Of Anambra State Command(Video)
Mr Aderemi Adeoye on Monday assumed office as the 33rd Commissioner of Police in Anambra State Command.
Adeoye succeeded Mr Echeng Echeng who was promoted and redeployed as Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 9, Umuahia.
He was until his redeployment, the Commissioner of Police in charge of Anti- Human Trafficking, Force CID, Alagbon, Lagos.
Aderemi, born on Aug. 19 1966 in Abeokuta, Ogun State, and an indigene of Modakeke in Ife-East LGA, Osun State obtained Bachelor of Science degree in Botany from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun State, and a Master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Ibadan.
He enlisted in the Nigeria Police Force in May 1, 1989 and
served in various capacities, including Patrol & Guard Officer, Divisional Crime Officer, and Detective in the State Criminal Investigation Department Abeokuta and Awka.
He was the pioneer Officer Commander of Anambra State Troopers, a Sector Commander Joint task Force against Boko haram in Borno State.
CP Adeoye was Divisional Police Officer Olu Obasanjo and Special Area Divisions in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
As Deputy Commissioner of Police, he served as the DC in charge of Finance & Administration, Force Criminal Investigation Department, Alagbon, Lagos, DC Police Mobile Force Coordinator South-East in Operations to Restore Peace.
He was DC Operations in Anambra State Police Command between 2021 & 2022.
CP Aderemi has attended a host of professional and staff courses. A few of the courses include the Advanced Detective Course in Police Staff College Jos, Squadron Command Course, Eden Hills Nasarawa State,
International Defence Management Course at Naval PostGraduate School California as well as Crime Prevention in the Digital Age at Galilee Institute of Management, Isreal.
He has been privileged to serve in the United Nations Mission in Liberia as Special Assistant to the United Nations Commissioner and Crime Analyst for the Mission.
He also served the African Union Commission Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for 5 years during which he rose to the position of Police Coordinator.
He is a recipient of the Inspector General Police Commendation for Courage, Joint Task Force Commander’s Commendation for Leadership; Rotary Club and Lions Club award for vocational service, and Commissioner of Police Award for diligent Investigation.
CP Adeoye is a fellow of the Institute of Corporate Administration and a Member International Association of Chiefs of Police.
His hobbies include playing table tennis, reading, traveling, and watching movies. He is married and blessed with four Children