Group seeks an end for all discriminatory policies against female police officers

  CLEEN Foundation is seeking for the abolishing of all discriminatory policies and practices affecting female police officers including unmarried, married and pregnant ones and other extant rules affecting the Police as an equal opportunity employer. This was contained in Memoranda and Position on the Police Bill for an Act demanding repealing of the Police Act CAP P19 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004 and enacts the Nigeria Police Act 2018. The group presented her position at the Public Hearing by the Senate Committee on Police Affairs, December 5,…

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Group urges Criminal Justice stakeholders to key into ACJA 2015 for the benefit of Nigerians

Civil Society Observatory Group has urged Criminal Justice stakeholders to key into complying with ACJA 2015, for the benefit of Nigerian citizens to enjoy the benefits of the revolutionary going on in criminal justice system. The group said that actors of involved in re-designing the criminal justice system must be ready to fully comply with their roles and responsibilities as stipulated in the Act. According to the Secretary of the group, in Lagos State, CLEEN Foundation’s Mrs. Blessing Abiri,  this was the position of the Civil Society Observatory on the…

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CLEEN Foundation launches first kaduna State group meeting on the Administration of Criminal Justice

Joyce Ebere CLEEN Foundation, stakeholders, policymakers, researchers, civil society organizations and experts in the field of the Administration of Criminal Justice gathered  have gathered in Kaduna State to rub minds in the implementation of the Administration of the Criminal Justice Act, entitled: “Promoting Accountability and Transparency in the Administration of Criminal Justice System in Nigeria”. In his welcome address,  Assistant Program Manager, CLEEN Foundation, Mr. Oluwole Ojewale, said the event is an opportunity to work with those who have demonstrated a passion for effective Justice delivery in Nigeria for most…

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