The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (Sars)
Following the executive order given by the Vice-president Yemi Osinbajo to overhaul SARS, Inspector General of Police (IGP) has said the force is presently building a computer software that will be monitoring suspects under.
Following the incidents that led to the burning of the police station on Friday, August 24, in Iwo local government of Osun state, not less than 28 persons have been arraigned before the magistrate's court by the police.
The three-member team constituted to ensure full compliance with the presidential directive on the reform of SARS in the south-south and southeast has expressed satisfaction with the level of compliance in the zones.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ibrahim Idris has warned operatives of the Federal Special Anti Robbery Square (FSARS) to refrain from detaining suspects for more than 48hours without arraigning them in court.
The National Human Rights Commission has reportedly inaugurated a seven-man Special Investigative Panel to look into the activities of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigeria Police and make recommendations for its reform.
It was another successful operation for the operatives of the F-SARS as they nabbed a gang of gunmen who later turned out to be thieves, terrorising the residents of Port Harcourt, Rivers state. They will be further questioned.