New York November 19 2018: Chief Superintendent of Police, Mrs PHYLLIS AMA TEBUAH OSEI, won the UNITED NATIONS FEMALE POLICE OFFICER OF THE YEAR 2018. The distinguished award was presented to her at the offices of the UN Headquarters in New York.
Mrs Phyllis Osei of the Ghana Police Service currently serves with the United Nations Mission in Somalia (UNSOM), where she is a UN Police Adviser to the Jubaland State Police Force in Kismayo. Since her deployment just ten months ago she has moved fast to train and mentor many Somali Police on sexual and gender-based violence issues. She also initiated an adult literacy training for 49 women police officers who could not read nor write English or Somali. “She is a role model to other police officers in the UN,” says UN Police Commissioner, Luis Ribeiro Carrilho.
CSP Phyllis Osei has THREE Master’s degrees: From Middlesex University in the UK; and GIMPA as well as the University of Ghana.
She brings honour to the Ghana Police Service, Ghana, Africa, and the United Nations. Ghana needs more of you. The United Nations – and indeed the whole world – needs more of PHYLLIS AMA TEBUAH OSEI.
Source: Ben Dotsei Malor