The governor is the chief security officer of the state, while the commissioner of police is the chief law enforcement officer. As a result, we will partner together and synergize to make Ekiti State the most secured state in Nigeria. The security votes over the years mostly in the recent past years have astronomically increased. Regrettably, instead of this money being used for the purpose for which it was budgeted (safety of life and property of people in Ekiti State), it has become a veritable conduit pipe to siphon public funds into private pockets within and outside for which no account is given. Consequently, our administration will review the security votes for effectiveness and efficiency. This review will enhance economic development and job creation which will directly or indirectly reduce the crime wave in the state. We will with the aid of modern communication gadgets and trained personnel, embark on intelligence gathering and sensitization to aggressively fight the surge in crime in our state. We will also as a matter of state policy embark on neighborhood security policy under a new Ekiti Security Scheme (ESS) incorporating mass security network based on community security administration.