Stay off Drugs, says IGP to FPU and Recruits By: Kembay Sierra Leone Peacekeeping and Law Enforcement Academy (SILEA), Hastings Campus, Friday 18 November, 2022. Addressing both the Formed Police Unit (FPU) and the recruits, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr.William Fayia Sellu has placed emphasis on zero tolerance for drugs in the SLP. In a stern warning, the Chief Executive Officer of the SLP noted that, the day any of them is caught with drugs, that very day he or she will leave, there is no compromise to that. Medically, drugs last in urine for two months, so the Police Chief therefore informed them that there is going to be a spontaneous drugs test. To the FPU, he disclosed that while they await the final stage of assessment, they would be deployed in various areas within the city to help police the festive season. With medical underway, he reminded them that they still have not completed the requirements that would qualify them for the Peacekeeping mission. "