Finding on policing and crowd control in SAPS

Silence opens door to police criminality, report warns

A culture of silence and failure to report misconduct in police ranks has led to more police officers in SA being involved in criminality. 

This is according to a report by a panel of experts looking into policing and crowd control within the SA Police Service as part of the recommendations made by the Farlam commission on the Marikana massacre. ..

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