Inspector General Of Police - The post of Inspector General of Police in Sri Lanka can be traced as far back as 1797 when the office of Fiscal was created and Fredric Barron Mylius was appointed as Fiscal of Colombo and entrusted with responsibility of policing the City of Colombo. In 2016, the current Inspector General of Police was appointed after receiving approval from Muhammadu Buhari. He took over the post from Solomon Arase who had to leave office after he reached the maximum age permissible for civil service - 60 years. Under Public Law 109-55, August 2, 2005, Congress established the United States Capitol Police (USCP) Office of Inspector General (OIG). The Inspector General (IG) reports directly to the Capitol Police Board, and heads OIG. The OIG supervises and conducts audits, inspections, and investigations involving USCP programs, functions, systems, and operations. An inspector-general of police is a senior police officer in the police force or police service of several nations. The rank usually refers to the head of a large regional command within a police service, and in many countries refers to the most senior officer of the entire national police. Inspector General Of Police.