Interim Government adopts the first code of professional conduct for police and security men

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

TOBRUK – Interior Minister of the Interim Government, Ibrahim Bushnav, issued resolution No. 505 of year 2018 on Monday to adopt a code of professional conduct for police security men.

According to the ministry, this code of conduct will form a new social contract between Libyan society and police and security forces, and will launch a new era of building bridges of trust between the society and the police apparatuses based on the rule of law, integrity, transparency and tolerance.

According to a statement by the Ministry, the new code of conduct aims “to reach a secure and stable Libyan society, seeking development and prosperity”

“Libya will remain the country of law and institutions and a country of liberties and co-existence among the Libyans. Libya is for all and we are confident that the coming days will reflect the true image of the policeman”.

“In view of the importance of the work of security and police officers and the duties and competencies entrusted to them, and the seriousness of the powers they exercise and their direct impact on the individual and society and Libya, it was urgent for the Minister of the Interior, due to his keenness to establish the principles of human rights and the rule of law, to adopt this code”, the statement said.

The resolution called on all members of the police to respect the provisions of the code and to prevent any violations and to confront these violations in full and to inform their superiors to take all measures to prevent this.


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