Public urged to desist from corrupting the police
He said corrupting personnel with money and other gifts amounted to preventing the personnel from performing their duties.
Mr Anko-Bil said this when he reviewed a passing out parade of 43 police recruits at the Volta Regional Police Training School in Ho.
He said the public should instead help weed out bad nuts in the Service.
“You must not tempt the police but rather come on board to help shape the service and stop the criticism,” Mr Anko-Bil implored.
He said “Policing is a shared responsibility in the fight against crime and the public must play its role.”
DCOP Anko-Bil said the Police Administration would not spare the rod and advised personnel to act professionally.
Constable Nurudeen Mubarak emerged the all round best recruit.