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AKTOBE – Mandatory law enforcement personnel evaluations led to the firing of 169 Aktobe Oblast police officers, Kazinform reported November 6.
Kazakhstani law enforcement agencies have been evaluating their personnel since an April order was issued by President Nursultan Nazarbayev.
The Aktobe Oblast evaluating commission concentrated on two issues: protection of public order and strengthening of crime prevention.
Out of 2,332 police officers, the commission found 82.7% suitable for their present jobs, recommended promoting 29 to the management pool, demoted or transferred 206 and fired 169, oblast police chief Mukharan Amirov said.