The Ministry of Internal Affairs and its partners have dedicated the River Cess County Service Center in Cestos City, allowing the countyâ€™s residents to access government services such as marriage and driver licenses, birth and health certificates, and other key documents.
Police in River Cess face significant hurdles in doing their jobs. Besides a small staff and delays in salary payments, the lack of logistical support remains a major concern.
Barely a week after media reports of high levels of crime in the county, armed police officers have been deployed across River Cess.
Superintendent Matthew Z. Daniels of River Cess has drawn attention to what he says is an increase in unexplained deaths in the county over the past year.
For the last six fiscal years, River Cess has not been able to access its County Development Funds mainly due to a misunderstanding between the countyâ€™s legislative caucus and the countyâ€™s administration.
In a case that highlights abuse of power by law enforcement authority that River Cess residents often complain about, four officers are being accused of armed robbery, among other crimes.
The Superintendent of River Cess County, Matthew Z. Daniels, has disclosed that the bad road conditions in the county is causing a serious problem for residents and other commuters.