COP Mensah and two more are cited for professional misconduct in the IGP leaked tape report.

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In its report, the parliamentary committee that looked into the tape that was released and revealed a scheme by certain senior police officers to remove the Inspector General of Police from office suggested that the three officials who were shown on the recording face consequences.
According to the committee, which was led by lawmaker Samuel Atta Akyea of Abuakwa South, the officers—COP Alex George Mensah, Supt. George Lysander Asare, and Supt. Emmanuel Eric Gyedi—had engaged in misconduct, which is a serious violation of police regulations and calls for disciplinary action.

In accordance with Section 19 of the Police Service Act, 1970 (Act 350), which grants the president the authority to impose sanctions, the House should report its findings to the president in order to decide on the proper punishment for COP George Alex Mensah, Supt George Lysander Asare, and Supt Eric Emmanuel Gyebi, who have all engaged in professional misconduct by, among other things, violating the following: The Police Service Act, 1970 (Act 350) has a section 17(d) that says:

It is considered misconduct for a police officer to partake in any extracurricular activity that might lead to them being embroiled in political controversy or improperly using their position within the Police Service. According to the report, it is a major offence for an officer to engage in an activity outside of work that could “involve the officer in political controversy or lead to the officer taking improper advantage of that officers position in the service,” as stated in Regulation 82(1)(c) of the Police Service Regulations, 2012 (C.I 76).

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On the video that was released, the three officials were overheard discussing plans to remove the Inspector General of Police with Daniel Bugri Naabu, the former Northern Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).