Shugaban ‘yansandan Najeriya, IGP Muhammad Adamu ya bayyana cewa a gobe Litinin ne idan Allah ya kaimu za’a fara horas da ‘yansandan da zasu yi aiki a sabuwar Rundunar SWAT.
Ya bayyana hakane ta bakin kakakin ‘yansandan Najeriya, Frank Mba inda ya kara jaddada cewa babu ko da daya daga cikin tsaffin ‘yansandan SARS da za’a saka a cikin wannan Runduna.
Yace zakakuran matasa ne aka dauko wanda ke da kwarewar aiki sannan ba’a taba samunsu da wani korafin take hakkin bil’adama ba a bakin aikinsu, yace kuma lafiyayyu ne wanda zasu jure atisayen da za’a basu na Rundunar.
Yace akwai kungiyoyin kasa da kasa na kare hakkin bil’adama da zasu taimaka wajan Horas da ‘yansandan, yace zasu kasance suna aiki bisa doka da oda.
“the officers selected for the training are young, smart and energetic officers who have acquired not less than seven years working experience with clean service records, no pending disciplinary matters, no record of violation of rights of citizens or misuse of firearms and are physically fit to withstand the rigour of SWAT Training and Operations.
“The selected officers shall be subjected to physical fitness test, medical and toxicology screening among others and those found to be unsuitable shall be discharged”.
The statement signed by Force PRO and Deputy Commisioner of Police (DCP), Frank Mba, said the he ICRC, an independent International human rights and humanitarian support organisation with over 71 years experience in humanitarian services and institutional support and development, would provide resource persons and materials to handle the human rights components of the training program.
“Specifically, they will handle topics touching on humanitarian laws, police conduct in conflict situation, human rights standard especially in the use of force and firearms, arrest and detention amongst others.
“Other areas of the training program will include modern-day police ethics and values, intelligence-led policing, operation planning/tactical decision making processes, hostage rescue tactics and operation, weapon handling, first aid/basic life saving skills, stress/fear management, police-citizens relations and emotional intelligence etc”, he said.