Law enforcement in Morocco will begin receiving financial rewards at the end of the current year to incentivize their performance.
Rabat – The Director General of National Security (DGSN), Abdellatif Hammouchi, has issued a decree to financially reward Moroccan police officers of all ranks, grades, corps, and specializations.
The reward serves as a recognition of officers’ efforts in serving citizens and a motivation to develop security services and raise awareness of the challenges related to public affairs.
It is also intended to improve the social welfare of police officers.
DGSN launched the initiative last year as part of the financial governance system it adopted in the last three years, which has enabled the payment of all financial arrears, including those related to staff indemnification for mobility.
The indemnification for mobility is now disbursed to police officers before they carry out assigned tasks. In previous years, police received indemnifications after the mission, and they were sometimes delayed for several years.