This is news about a police Commissioner who was misusing and abusing office bye exchanging favors with sex. African Connect Site compiled the full details.
After Kaliza’s allegations were discovered, Inspector General of Police Dr George Kainja said it was insufficient to suggest that the human resources director could individually influences and promotes police officers in the service.
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On November 20 2021, police sent Commissioner Kaliza on forced holiday to clear the way for smooth investigations into his alleged involvement in the sexual scandal.
The investigation started after reports that some female police officers had written Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) complaining about sexual abuses in the police service.
In a statement yesterday, the police said the board, which started the investigations last November after Kaliza’s alleged sexual misconduct surfaced on social media, has charged him with prejudice of good discipline in the police service.
Malawi Police Service (MPS) says the board of inquiry, constituted by the Inspector General of Police into the sexual conduct of former commissioner responsible for Human Resources Mr Stan Kaliza, has been found with case to answer.
The offence of “conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline” is purely described as one of the critical offences that forms the hard-core of military laws across the globe.
Such offence is clearly written in the military law of most countries and is oftenly considered a catch-all offence to criminalise mis-conduct that is not specified elsewhere.
National Public Relations Officer James Kadadzera yesterday said the board’s findings have been forwarded to the Police Service Commission (PSC) for it’s determination and further action.
He said: “The board has concluded its investigations and found him with a case to answer, he has been charged with prejudice to the good discipline of the police service. He remains interdicted.
“The report of the findings was sent to the Police Service Commission for its determination and we are waiting for them to convene and come up with their determination.”
As Kadadzera was speaking the board had commenced investigations into social media reports suggesting sexual misconduct committed by the mentioned Officer.
He was responding to a questionnaire in the context of allegations that Kaliza promoted or included on foreign peacekeeping missions about 47 women officers in exchange for sex.
“Promotions in police is the main dity of the Police Service Commission not to an individual,” Kainja, The Inspector General, emphasized.
Eyes of all concerned parties are on the look to see how the will be concluding as they are in the biggest broad which overlooks everything in the police service. When found guilty he will loose his job and can get a jail term of about 14 years in prison with hard labour.