The new commissioner of police in charge of the Special Fraud Unit, Mrs Anyasinti Josephine Nneka has given personnel of the unit a taxing task of ensuring professionalism, diligent and timely conclusion of Investigation and prosecution of suspects.
She also advised them on the “Rights of suspects” detained in the cell while expressing her aversion to needless or over the detention of suspects with or without a Court Order.
Mrs Anyasinti gave the charge when she assumed office as the second female and 27th Commissioner of Police in charge of Special Fraud Units’ Lagos and Abuja offices.
She took over from Commissioner of Police, Anderson Bankole who retired meritoriously at the age of 60.
CP. Anyasinti is an alumna of two prestigious Federal Universities namely; the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Ile-Ife and the Uthe University of Nigeria, Nsukka; where she obtained a B.A. English (Educ) and M.ED Administration/Supervision respectively.
The new CP enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force with a Master’s Degree on 3rd March 1990 as a Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police and was trained at the elite Police Academy Annex Kaduna.
Local Courses attended include Citizenship & Leadership Training Course, Police Mobile Training Course, Advanced Detective Course, Leadership & Empowerment Course for Women, all in Nigeria and United Nations Police Commander Training (UNPCT) Arlanda Sweden.
She obtained United Nations Certifications in Global Terrorism, Peace Keeping & Conflict Resolution and Security for United Nations Peace Keepers.
A skilled and seasoned investigator, CP. Anyasinti possesses vast experience in Law Enforcement and had headed several Investigation Teams at Zone II Police Headquarters Onikan Lagos and Lagos State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID).
She was a one-time Commandant, Police Training School, Ibadan, Oyo State, Marketing Manager Police Cooperative, AC Criminal Investigation Department Airport Command, Area Commander Area “G” Ogba Lagos State as well as DC Admin Airport Police Command Ikeja, Lagos.
She was the second in command and charge of Administration at Delta State Police Command, Asaba; before her elevation and re-deployment to the Special Fraud Unit.
The CP is a recipient of the “United Nations Medal in Support of World Peace” (2004) while participating in United Nations Peace Keeping Mission to Kosovo, South-East Europe in 2003 – 2005 and 2007 – 2008.
A result-oriented Human Manager, CP. Anyasinti is a strong believer in Team Work, Dedication and Discipline.
The CP is happily married with children and her hobbies include Reading, Traveling and Listening to Soul Music.
According to the public relations officer of SFU, SP Eyitayo Johnson, the Unit is soliciting the continued support of relevant stakeholders for the new Commissioner of Police to enable her to achieve the mandate of reducing the prevalence of fraud/corruption cases, crimes and criminality in Nigeria through successful prosecution of perpetrators.