Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and the Inspector Common of Police, Mohammed Adamu, met on Sunday.
The parley was on the Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS) and problems with police reform.
Osinbajo gave particulars of the assembly.
He stated: “We reviewed a number of of those points. The President and I’ve had discussions on this, he’s very involved about it. He desires to see a reform.
“The IG of @PoliceNG has issued a press release all these points, particularly, the warning in opposition to using these tactical models comparable to SARS for functions of doing something aside from anti-robbery.
“The IG has particularly stated that you just can’t have a scenario the place SARS says they’re investigating Cybercrime by arresting younger women and men carrying their laptops and telephones.
“Cybercrime is an digital crime. I don’t see how one can examine that by seizing individuals’s telephones in a taxi or of their automobiles.”