The police authorities have indicated monitoring proceedings at the judicial panels across the states to provide guidelines to the reforms in the Nigerian Police. The Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, Abuja, CP Frank Mba, in a media interaction on Thursday, disclosed that the Police is monitoring the proceedings at the various judicial panels on restitution for victims of SARS and other related matters to make ethical adjustments in the services of the Force.
Mba on Channels television morning programme on Thursday highlighted: “We have officers monitoring and involved in the EndSARS hearing/commission sittings across the nation.
“We are documenting events in the panel and there are lessons to be learnt from the before and after acts of the EndSARS rally and coming out with customized solutions to address the issues via deepening the internal process of the Police Force towards community policing.”
Mba urged Nigerians to anticipate a deepened Police Force process that will include a community approach in the implementation of security across the country.
The FPRO added that the police are working round the clock to ensure they provide a safe and secure environment for citizens to live in. He remarked that Nigerian policemen are “miracle workers”, appealing to the government to resolve all issues relating to remuneration, logistics, and retirement benefits. Mba expressed optimism that when all these issues are resolved, the Nigerian Police Force will perform better.