FG committed to police reforms – Perm sec

 The permanent secretary, Ministry of Police Affairs, Dr. Sani Gwarzo, has reiterated the commitment of the federal government to implement a comprehensive police reform.

 The permanent secretary, who stated this during the bi-monthly consultative meeting of the Directors/Heads, reform coordination, and service improvement in Abuja, said the reforms revolutionise the policing landscape by fostering inclusivity, community engagement, intelligence-driven operations, and technological integration.

 The permanent secretary said currently, the ministry is spearheading policy reforms and administrative initiatives aimed at bolstering the operational efficiency of the NPF and improving welfare and morale.

 In addition, the ministry is actively engaging in nationwide citizens’ town hall meetings to foster community participation in policing and secure enhanced support from critical stakeholders for policing operations.

 Sani-Gwarzo stated that the adoption of the SERVICE COMPACT with all Nigerians (SERVICOM) signals a realisation that the Public Service could do better and needs to do better, to serve the Public adequately.