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STORY: AMISOM Police hands over refurbished police

station to Somali Police authorities


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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH/ NATURAL SOUND
DATELINE: 7/OCTOBER/2018, MOGADISHU, SOMALIA

SHOT LIST:

1. Wide shot, Dayniile Police station compound.


2. Med Close up shot, Police logo and window of the refurbished
building.
3. Med shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine Alalo
together with the deputy chief of the Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia
Hussein and other AMISOM police officers touring the refurbished
building.
4. Med shot, Inside a room with solar electricity switches.
5. Med shot, A man switching on power.
6. Close up, A lightbulb on the ceiling.
7. Med shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine Alalo
together with the deputy chief of the Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia
Hussein and other AMISOM police officers coming out of a room.
8. Med shot, Guests touring the bigger refurbished building.
9. Close up shot, Name of the refurbished police station.
10. Med shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine Alalo
together with the deputy chief of the Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia
Hussein and other officials touring new toilets.
11. Med shot, New toilets.
12. Med shot, A contractor explains the scope of works on the building, to
the acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine Alalo and the
deputy chief of the Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia Hussein and other
officials.
13. Med close up shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms.
Christine Alalo together with the deputy chief of the Somali Police
Force Ms. Zakia Hussein in discussions.
14. Med shot, Solar panels.
15. Tight close up shot, Solar panel.
16. Wide shot, Guests at the function listening to the AMISOM Police PIO
SP Freeman.
17. Med shot, AMISOM officials, Somali Police officers listening.
18. Med shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine Alalo
together with the deputy chief of the Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia
Hussein with other Police officers.
19. Close up shot, The deputy chief of the Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia
Hussein.
20. Close up shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine
Alalo.
21. Med close up shot, AMISOM official and police officer.

22. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) ACTING AMISOM POLICE COMMISSIONER,


CHRISTINE ALALO.
“We are doing this not for the sake of wanting to do it, but (because)
we bond with you. This is the same police station where we sit, this is
the same police station where we work; and when the welfare of the
police officers is not good, it affects us. What is the use of coming to
mentor them when they are not happy. Whatever you are mentoring
is not understood.”

23. Med close up shot, Somali police officers.


24. Med close up shot, AMISOM and Somali police officers.
25. Close up shot, Somali police officer.

26. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) ACTING AMISOM POLICE COMMISSIONER,


CHRISTINE ALALO.
“We must exit (Somalia), when we have uplifted the Somali Police to a
certain level of independence - in terms of capacity building and in
terms of infrastructure and logistics.”

27. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF THE SOMALI POLICE


FORCE MS. ZAKIA HUSSEIN.
“Thank you our partners AMISOM Police, not only for the help you
have accorded to us, but also in every aspect of our policing and the
way you are assisting us; and the way we are working together. We
are very happy to see that you feel the pain with us and are taking the
initiative of going beyond your primary duty, to help us.”

28. Med shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine Alalo
together with the deputy chief of the Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia
Hussein and the Dayniile Police Station chief append their signatures
to documents.
29. Close up shot, The deputy chief of Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia
Hussein signs a document.
30. Close up shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine
Alalo signs a document.
31. Med shot, AMISOM's Civil Affairs Officer, Christopher Ogwang Aria
signs a document.
32. Close up shot, AMISOM's Civil Affairs Officer, Christopher Ogwang
Aria signs a document.
33. Close up shot, Carton box containing notebooks.
34. Tight close up shot, notebooks.
35. Med shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine Alalo
hands over a notebook to the deputy chief of Somali Police Force Ms.
Zakia Hussein.
36. Med shot, Acting AMISOM Police Commissioner, Ms. Christine Alalo
shakes hands the deputy chief of Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia
Hussein.

STORY:

AMISOM Police hands over refurbished police station to Somali Police authorities
Mogadishu, 7 October 2018 - Residents of Dayniile district in Somalia’s capital of
Mogadishu, can now enjoy better policing services closer to their homes, following
the renovation of a hitherto derelict district police headquarters.
The fully refurbished police building, rehabilitated with the support of the Japanese
government, through AMISOM Police and the Civil Affairs Unit, was formally handed
over to the Somali police authorities today.
“We must exit (Somalia), when we have uplifted the Somali Police to a certain level
of independence - in terms of capacity building and in terms of infrastructure and
logistics,” said AMISOM acting Police Commissioner Ms. Christine Alalo, during the
handover ceremony.
She reiterated AMISOM’s commitment to training and equipping the police force
with necessary skills, to enable them improve their services across the country.
Dayniile Police Station was identified for renovation by Individual Police Officers
from AMISOM, who collocate with their Somali counterparts, in various police
stations across the capital, to carry out a mentorship programme.
Before its renovation, the station lacked decent sanitary facilities and office space.
The refurbishment has created a humane working environment for police officers
stationed at the facility.
The deputy chief of the Somali Police Force Ms. Zakia Hussein, expressed gratitude
to AMISOM for going beyond its primary duty, to help the Somali Police Force.
“Thank you our partners AMISOM Police, not only for the help you have accorded to
us, but also in every aspect of our policing and the way you are assisting us; and the
way we are working together,” said the deputy police chief.

The police station has also been fitted with solar panels to provide electricity.
Additionally, Ms. Alalo donated 3,000 notebooks to the police officers to help in
keeping records of incidents while in the field. The notebooks will be shared across
police stations in the capital.
Other than training and mentoring police officers, AMISOM has supported the
construction, renovation and upgrade of various police stations across the country,
with the aim of enhancing the standards of policing.

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