Samuel G. Ford is Assistant Commissioner of Police for Community Services and an astute law enforcement officer trained by the United National Police (UNPOL), under the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL). He is a 2005 graduate (class 3) of the Liberia National Police Training School with 14 years of professional service experience.
He is a decorated police officer who gradually rose through the rank and file of the police hierarchy from a cadet in the Special Task force to being Assistant Commissioner of Police for Community Services. Ford holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA) in Sociology & Demography and a Master of Arts Degree from the Kofi Annan Institute of Conflict Transformation at the University of Liberia.
Still passionate about education, he also earned a Certificate in Society, Law and International Relations from the Kofi Annan Institute and another post-graduate Certificate in Public Administration from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). Additionally he has earned Certificates in Responsible Leadership, Ethics and Preventing Corruption; Inspirational, and Trustworthy Leadership; Peace Building; Project Management; Creative Writing & Entrepreneurship; as well as Peace Studies and Conflict Transformation with an emphasis in Mediation. Ford has also received several certificates in Law Enforcement both locally and internationally.
Assistant commissioner Ford is a dedicated husband and loving father. He has received several honors and awards amongst which he was named, Ambassador for peace, World Peace Recognition (2015), for the practices and promotion of universal moral values, strong family life, inter-religious cooperation, and international harmony.
Watch the inspiring short film on Samuel below.