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Okoth Ochola the recently elected IGP

Citizens Shouldn’t Buy or Contribute Money To Photocopy Police forms -IGP Ochola Says

The Inspector General of Police Okoth Ochola continues the changes in his force to make the police a better organization.

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The police force is known to be corrupt and uses all ways to extract money from the public. One of the ways is telling the citizens that approach their stations to buy or pay for photocopies of police forms.

This method may no longer be used by officers. This is because the police boss Ochola has halted his officers to sell or ask money for photocopying police forms.

Ochola said: “It has come to the attention of police management that members of the public are made to photocopy the required relevant forms/books at police stations/posts during the process of reporting/investigation. This action must stop.”

After condemning the practice, he ordered the office responsible to provide all stations with the required forms and books starting with PF3 (medical examination forms), PF2A (first page of the statement form) and PF2B (second page of statement form).

He also ordered the police stations to report and provide accountability for the forms and books received.

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