Force Headquarters (FHQ) is considering eight hour duty for police officers and men.
Deputy Inspector General In-Charge of Research and Planning, Valentine Ntomchukwu, who made this known in Owerri, says the eight hour duty will begin after the newly recruited 10,000 police personnel complete their training
After the training, the police chief states that the 10,000 policemen will be posted to places of assignments.
Under the proposed policy, Ntomchukwu who is in-charge of police commands in the South East region, said officer and men will work for eight hours daily whatever the nature of their duty.
He said, “After the 10,000 recruits on training conclude, they would be posted to areas required. Working hours will be reduced from whatever officer is subjected to, to only eight hours.”