The Division of Inspectorate is the largest division within the Bureau of Trade Services and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Staffed with one hundred and five (105) inspectors, the Division represents the Ministry across all the entire country.
The Division of inspectorate is headed by the Deputy-Inspector-General for Enforcement, who is assisted by a deputy inspector, two (2) assistant inspector-generals, four (4) regional coordinators. The regional coordinators supervised the four regions and several inspectors in the fifteen counties. Some inspectors are assigned at the various border posts; thus, giving the regional supervisors greater oversight on not only inspection related activities, but the entire trade regime between Liberia and its neighbors.
Consistent with the inspection mandate given in the General Business Law and the Act creating the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the Division of Inspectorate is responsible to do the following:
Ms. Macaetoh P. Wreh
Deputy Inspector-General for Enforcement