The Malawi Police Service says it is geared up to crump out and discipline unprofessional conduct among its rank in order to serve Malawians better.
National police spokesperson, James Kadadzera has said this through a statement following the arrest of one officer who released a vehicle that was impounded by a night patrol team for carrying charcoal.
He said preliminary inquiries indicate that the officer who was the night-in-charge received bribes to release the vehicle and has since been arrested and is in police custody at area 25 police unit pending trial.
Kadadzera thus assured the public that their agency will not condone any malpractice that might tarnish it’s image.
“We remain committed to only have professional, dedicated and full of integrity officers in service to contain and manage safer communities,” said Kadadzera.
He added that through the professional standards unit, they are working tirelessly to making sure that all police officers are working within the desired values according to their strategic development plans.