NGO Urged JMPD to Comply With Law

The JPSA says that instead of condoning ‘abusive behaviour’ on the part of metro police officers, senior JPMD official should ensure that officers comply with the law

The Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) says that instead of condoning ‘abusive behaviour’ on the part of metro police officers, senior Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JPMD) official should ensure that officers comply with the law.

JPSA national chairperson, Howard Dembovsky, urged JMPD management to adhere to its standing orders, and encourage officers to act like adults and responsible law enforcers, instead of thugs.

Dembovsky was responding to Metro police Chief Superintendent Wayne Minnaar’s comments following a reported incident of ‘abuse’ perpetrated against Johannesburg motorist, Kady-Shay O’Bryan, by a JMPD officer.

To read the article titled, “Metro Police called out on ‘thug’ behaviour,” click here.

Source: 
The Citizen

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