Break the cops' code of silence

A report on public order policing released this week paints a grim picture of the heavy-handedness with which police in SA at times manage volatile situations of public unrest.

Even more troubling is what the report calls a “blue wall of silence”, an unwritten rule where police tactically agree not to report misconduct by their colleagues, thus compromising any investigations into wrongdoing in police ranks...

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