Sterling Law Centre Media Advisory 12/5/2022 – for immediate release
On Wednesday 4th May 2022, the Inspector General of Police and another Police Officer filed an Appeal against the judgement of
Sterling Centre for Law and Development (SCLD) has stressed the need for the Nigeria Police to step up its internal monitoring activities to reduce and eliminate torture of suspects for
A group, Sterling Centre for Law and Development, has tasked the federal government to, as a matter of urgency, implement the Anti-torture Act to curtail the increasing and continued use
The Sterling Centre for Law and Development has staged a street walk in Abuja to protest against the torture of suspects and detainees by the police.
The Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Mr Solomon Arase, has cautioned policemen against unnecessary detention of suspects. Arase gave the warning on Wednesday while addressing officers and men of the Gombe
The Lagos State Police Command has begun an audit of different cells at the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) with a view to check human rights abuses. The audit is not
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