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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Investigative Panel Submits Report To Lagos CP Regarding N50,000 Police Bribe


Lagos Commissioner of Police, Mr. Imohimi Edgal has restated his commitment to purge the command of bad eggs just as he sought the partnership of members of the public in reforming the command.




Edgal stated this while receiving the report of the Committee he set up over a week ago to investigate the allegations of corruption and sexual harassment levelled against some officials of Anti – Kidnapping unit of the command from its Chairman, ACP Olatunji Disu in his office.




He noted that the command would not tolerate corruption and unethical conduct from officers of the command, stressing that such actions would undermine the present policy trust of the command.


He added that the command's policy of community policing, safety and partnership, which was launched last week would not be achievable if unethical conduct of some officers of the command are not checked.


He maintained that it would not be business as usual, pointing out that any officer indicted would be openly investigated.


He said that the essence of investigating officers was not to witch - hunt anyone but institute a culture of respect for the rights of every Lagosians and ensure that they get quality service.


While urging the officers to demonstrate professionalism in their conduct, the Commissioner of police stressed that instilling discipline would engender public trust and confidence in the police.


This he noted would generate greater information flow between the police and members of the public and enhanced partnership.


'I have told my men that we can not regain the trust and confidence of members of the public if we don't change some of the unethical conducts and practices that some of our officers exhibit.


Many of them have changed and I have noticed a marked improvement in their conducts. The number of complaints coming in have steadily declined.


We would not stop talking, we would continue to talk to them. For those that continue to display unethical conduct, they would be investigated openly', he explained.


He thanked the committee for submitting the report on time. He promised to study the report and implement its recommendations. He called for patience of members of the public while he goes through the report.

6 comments:

Lipstickalley said...

Sorry NPF, the atrocities you guys have committed and are still committing can never be erased even in 20 years.

Cynthia Iyede said...

Better!

Esther Mgbolu said...

Oga police even if it's till the next 100 years time,you can't and fittint sorry.Police oleh,police indi oshi

Anonymous said...

Mscheeeew..yeye dey smell!

Juloghosa said...

Na so una dey talk jare.

jelly said...

Na really yeye de smell

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