(1) The Police Council shall advise the President on matters of policy relating to internal security, including the role of the Police Service, budgeting and finance, administration and the promotion of officers above the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police.
(2) The Police Council may, with the prior approval of the President, by constitutional instrument, make regulations for the performance of its functions under this Constitution or any other law and for the effective and efficient administration of the Police Service.
(3) Regulations made under clause (2) of this article shall include regulations in respect of -
(a) the control and administration of the Police Service;
(b) the ranks of officers and men of each unit of the Police Service, the members of each rank and the use of uniforms by the members;
(c) the conditions of service including those relating to the enrolment, salaries, pensions, gratuities and other allowances of officers and men;
(d) the authority and powers of command of officers and men of the Police Service; and
(e) the delegation to other persons of powers to discipline persons and the conditions subject to which delegations may be made.