The police administration has admitted the need to relook at the way it trains recruits after six of its personnel were accused of being complicit in recent bullion van robberies in the country.

Speaking on the Citi Breakfast Show, the Director-General in charge of Police Public Affairs, DCOP Kwesi Ofori, said “we may have a relook and strategise [on training of new recruits] to make sure we contain such situations.”

“Police administration and its leadership have set up an effective internal machinery to police the police, to make sure bad cops are gotten.”

Police announced the arrest of the four policemen on Tuesday. They will be arraigned later on Wednesday.

The two officers who were killed are Constable Randolph Ansah and Lance Corporal Stephen Kwaku Nyame.

The two, according to the police, had earlier been arrested in connection with the bullion van robberies.

The bullion van attacks being investigated occurred at Kingsway, Baatsona, Jamestown, and North Kaneshie Industrial Area in the last year.

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