FG raises panel to harmonise Police Academy bill

The Ministry of Police Affairs has constituted a committee to address the contentious issues and harmonise the Police Academy Establishment Bill 2018, saying this was to have a more invigorated policing in the country.

The Minister of Police Affairs, Muhammad Dingyadi, inaugurated the 10-man committee in Abuja, noting that the members were to “prepare and recommend a harmonised document of the Nigeria Police Academy Bill.”

The bill would then be presented to the Senate Committee on Police Affairs for further action.

According to a release on Thursday, the minister, who was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Dr Maurice Mbaeri, said the terms of reference of the committee included; to study the content of the Nigeria Police Academy Bill 2018 and; to obtain, and collate inputs from the various stakeholders regarding the bill.

“The committee should obtain the views and inputs; compare and contrast the situations and circumstances from similar security training institutions such as the Nigerian Defence Academy, the Police Staff College, and the Police Anti-Terrorism School.

“The committee members are expected to submit their report in two weeks. The committee is headed by a commissioner at the Police Service Commission, Tommy Mom,” the release said.
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