The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Alhassan who announced this on Tuesday said it is part of other measures already in place to cut down on the number of miscreants in the Service.
“We have prepared and presented a paper to the Ministry of Interior for consideration for the establishment of an Independent Police Complaint Commission in Ghana,” he revealed.
Speaking at the launch of the Police Confidence Reaffirmation Campaign in Accra, the IGP stated that the proposal is part of a “swift response to police misconduct allegations.”
He was optimistic that the measures introduced by the Police administration will ensure “good practices of policing.”
An inspection unit according to him has been established to investigate matters of “corruption, allegations and complete all investigations within reasonable time.”
The Police administration launched the campaign in a bid to restore and increase public confidence in the Police Service.
By: Efua Idan Osam/citifmonline.com/Ghana