How should Africa deal with rogue police officers?
A week long exercise to purge the Kenyan police of corrupt officers began on Monday.
2,000 senior police officers will be screened in a move the police commissioner Matthew Iteere says is meant to ''separate the wheat from the chaff ''.
The move is one of a wide reaching list of recommendations emanating from a commission set up two years ago to come up with measures to reform the police force and rid it of corruption and ineffectiveness.
The Kenya police has repeatedly topped Transparency International's list of corrupt institutions in East Africa.
Across the continent the police have a reputation for being unfriendly, inefficient and corrupt. So is purging police forces of certain senior officers the answer?
Can old dogs learn new tricks, or is a new generation of officers needed?
Do you think better pay would reduce corruption in the police?
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