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Sierra Leone Police Response

PNB - Sierra Leone Police 26 March 2017

The Sierra Leone Police – Response Summary

26 December 2016 – 26 March 2017

Services ReportedI Paid a BribeI Did not Pay a BribeI Met an Honest OfficialGeneral Actions TakenSpecific Actions Taken
Bail5011871.       The SLP Multi-Agencies checkpoints to conduct stakeholders meetings on the PNB Platform.  It has been discovered that some checkpoints are multi-agency checkpoints (Mile 38, Pamlap, Mange, Bandama, Nano Junction, Moala etc) These checkpoints operate alongside agencies like Timber Association, Veterinary Officers, National Revenue Authority, Office of  National Security, Traffic Wardens,  They all collect revenue on behalf of their organizations. This could be reported as bribes given to the police at these checkpoints. There is a need for a meeting of all these stakeholders which is SLP is now working on. This meeting will help to establish clearly defined roles.

2.       Target hardening by concentrating on hotspots and carrying out sting operations by the CDIID Pro-active wing.

3.       Regional Police Commanders urged to re-double their efforts in the fight against bribery and corruption.

1.       Reduction of illegal checkpoints within the south (9 illegal check points) and East (12 illegal checkpoints). B0/Koribondo, Bo/Matrru, Bo/Matotoka Highways & Blama/Bama Konta, Kenema/Zimmi. Kenema/Kailahun, Kenema/Tongo/Kono Highways. The Anti-Corruption Commission Coffey continue to monitor these areas to ensure that the checkpoints are not re-erected.

 

Covering up Evidence1344
Harassment of…4268
Police Report and Investigation1791110
Suspect Arrest7687
Traffic1665233153
Other20311
Total2679281190