Rabat - The Moroccan police will soon see a significant increase in their salaries and wages starting in January, 2016.
Rabat – The Moroccan police will soon see a significant increase in their salaries and wages starting in January, 2016.
The General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) announced that the salaries of all employees of the DGSN [under the scale of 10 and below??] will be increased, according to Moroccan daily newspaper Assabah as reported by Alyaoum24.
The salary increases are part of the reforms initiated by Abdel Latif Hammouchi since his appointment as head of the DGSN on May 15, 2015, according to the daily newspaper.
The Moroccan police will receive new, modern uniforms as well as new firearms and equipment.
The DGSN has already bought hundreds of new police cars, marking them with a new logo, and featuring modern design and colors as part of the Directorate’s first attempt to renew its fleet of vehicles.
Since his appointment as Director of Morocco’s DGSN, Hammouchi has been working on a number of changes to the police force.
He recently urged 300 “ghost” police officers in Rabat to perform their duties and warned that they otherwise would be dismissed from their posts.