Indicted ex-SARS operatives’ll be punished-Police commission

Police Service Commission has said it will punish any policeman indicted by the Presidential Panel on Reform of the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad.

PSC in a statement on Friday by the Head, Press and Public Relations, PSC, Ikechukwu Ani, titled, ‘EndSARS protest: PSC calls for restraint, promised to deal with errant police officers,’ expressed shock at the level of destruction of public facilities and businesses by miscreants.

According to the statement, “The commission wishes to reiterate its commitment to hold police officers, whether of the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad or conventional, accountable for their actions and inactions and will continue to ensure instant due punishments for misconducts.

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“The commission only recently dismissed 10 senior police officers, including an Assistant Commissioner of Police and reduced the rank of nine others following established cases of misconduct.

“The commission will process and punish all policemen found culpable by the Presidential Panel on Reform of the defunct SARS.”

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