Nigerian ‘Super Cop, ‘Dolapo Badmos, a dedicated and professional law enforcement officer, has recently reached a significant milestone in her career. She has been promoted to the esteemed rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) and has received recognition and well wishes from all over the country.
Badmos is known for her charismatic personality and impeccable conduct. As the former Police Public Relations Officer for Zone 2 and the Lagos State command of the Nigeria Police Force, she has played a crucial role in reshaping public perceptions of law enforcement officers. She has portrayed a positive image of professionalism and integrity.
Badmos has had a diverse career spanning over two decades within the Nigeria Police Force. She started as an Assistant Superintendent of Police and has steadily climbed the ranks, demonstrating exceptional leadership and dedication.
Throughout her career, Badmos has held key positions such as an Aide de Camp (ADC) to a prominent government official. She has also served as a Divisional Traffic Officer and Divisional Police Officer. Notably, she has showcased her versatility and expertise in communication and public relations as the Public Relations Officer for both the Lagos Police Command and Zone 2 Command.
In June 2019, Badmos achieved the prestigious position of Provost of the Nigeria Police Force. In this role, she is responsible for overseeing disciplinary proceedings against errant police officers. Her commitment to upholding justice and fairness within the force has earned her respect and admiration.
Aside from her law enforcement duties, ACP Badmos is a passionate advocate for human rights. She focuses on the rights of victims and promotes gender equality in Nigeria. Her advocacy efforts have made significant strides in raising awareness and driving positive change in society.
Badmos hails from Ekiti State in Nigeria and studied Accounting at the Federal Polytechnic, Ado Ekiti. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Public Administration.
In 2016, Badmos received the Crime Reporters Association of Nigeria (CRAN) special award in recognition of her service to the force.