The Economic and Organised Crime Office in 2023 made a total recovery of GH¢232,092,763.03 being Direct and Indirect recoveries from proceeds of crime.
Speaking to the EOCO News Desk on this great achievement, the Executive Director; COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah extended her gratitude to the Management Team and all Officers of EOCO who made this great feat possible.
She also stated that in 2024, EOCO intends to improve on its recoveries, sensitisation programmes on Prohibited Cyber Activity, Gaming, the use of social media and cyber bullying.
Additionally, the Public Affairs Unit extended its sensitization programmes to a total of One Hundred and Thirty Thousand, Two Hundred and Ninety-Four (130,294) students from various schools across the country. This is made up of Sixty-Eight Thousand, Eight Hundred and Seventy-Eight (68,878) females and Sixty-One Thousand, Four Hundred and Sixteen (61,416) males. This excludes programmes held at the regional levels, on national Television, markets, religious institutions and selected communities.