Our nation already has a high rate of overall crime, and it appears that this trend is only going to worsen as time goes on. Law enforcement officials appear unwilling to come up with a strategy that will alleviate the problem caused by perpetrators, despite the fact that a significant number of people have lost their lives at the hands of perpetrators.
Any police officer is seen as someone who abides by the law and who is also there to protect others especially the community where she/he is based. When they act out of their expected nature it is both surprising and disappointing to everyone close to them and this is the case with this particular police officer.
A 45-year-old police officer who was allegedly raping a 16-year-old girl inside a police station was reportedly attacked and injured by an Eastern Cape youngster. According to reports, the incident took place at the Kei Mouth police station on Monday, the day before Women's Day. A famous tourist site is the little beach community of Kei Mouth, which is located outside of East London.
There was a viral video of two police officers brutally beating a man in Fish Hoek, Western Cape. Twitter LOOK AT THE TWO POLICEMEN BATING A GUY DOWN The IPID, or Independent Police Investigative Directorate, has stated that they will be conducting their own investigation into the incident.
It's funny how whenever there is mob justice attacks, fights at clubs and many other various places the police are usually the first one's to arrive and break-up the fights on grounds that fights and beating people is unlawful and no one has the right to do such, But then looking at the very same police on social media now they are trending after they have been seen beating a man they had some undescribed misunderstandings.
An illegal Zimbabwean national was shot dead by a police officer after he was caught committing housebreaking in Mutale village, Limpopo Province. According to reports received, it is said that the Zimbabwean national produce a firearm in attempt to attack the police officer, but was unfortunately shot before he could even do so.
IPID Is Investigating The Case Of Police Brutality After The Man Lost His Eye In The Hands Of Police
Police brutality is one of the most prevalent crime committed by the people who were suppose to uphold the laws of the country,instead of protecting the vulnerable citizens against the violent criminals who are roaming freely around the streets of south africa,some of the south african police services members are working against their call of duty and abuses the powers vested upon their shoulders.South Africa is not a police state and everyone has the right to life and nobody is above the law.The abuse of the ordinary and innocent citizens by the police is a very disgusting practice that causes tension between the masses and the police,this acts forms the part and the parcel of the factors that led to the masses losing hope in the police department.One man was allegedly beaten by the police on his way back from work,according to Independent Police Investigation Directorate,the man was found to have been Unlawfully arrested after being fired with the elastic projectiles while he was walking alone on the side of the road,the IPID had also revealed that the man has lost his one eye due to the torture by the police,the thorough investigations are continuing with the hope that justice will prevail at the end of the day.The man's leg seems to be rotting as well.There are many serious pending cases of a very brutal crimes like murders in south african police stations,but the police are out in the streets chasing and brutalizing the innocent people for no reason.The people of Krugersdorp have complained the minister of police general Bheki Cele that he should rebuke the police about shooting the peaceful protesters,the Krugersdorp residents told the minister that the police were fast to shoot and throw the teargas to the peaceful community members but they don't dare to throw even one teargas to the illegal miners who are underground.The police seems to be using double standards when they handle the south africans and the foreigners.
On Saturday; 10 September 2022; the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid); arrested seven Ekurhuleni Metro Police Department (EMPD) officers; for murder and defeating the ends of justice. According to the spokesperson for Ipid; Lizzy Suping; the 5 police officers and 2 inspectors; were arrested on Saturday; they are envisaged to appear before the court on Monday.
The fight against illegal activities by illegal immigrants has been the main spotlight in South Africa for a number of days. The law enforcement agencies have been fighting to stop the illegal operation of mines by Zama Zama people. However , another illegal act that ended in death was reported by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) via its Twitter handle .
The IPID on Tuesday issued a statement to inform the public of its intention to investigate the conduct of the police officials who were involved in the Phala Phala farm matter. They unit warns that its investigation will no focus on the criminality side of things as the Hawks are already investigating on that part, but will focus on the conduct of the Police officials in terms of the SAPS regulation.
It's been theorized that the cops may have used excessive force against the individual, but there's been no proof of this. A little time later, while the officer and the detainee were alone in the vehicle, the officer gave the man orders to get on his knees.
Police are trained and deployed to help enforce the rule of law . They also have a duty of ensuring that the community members are safe . However , it is sad that there are bad cops who do the opposite of what they are trained and deployed to do .
Police brutality The Independent Police Investigation Directorate (IPID) is investigating an incident where police officers allegedly assaulted a man from Fishoek in the Western Cape. This follows after Yusuf Abramjee, founder of Tax Justice SA, shared a video on social media earlier yesterday day where a man was being beaten by a policeman with a tonfa, while another policeman is holding the man.
They say the man was beaten by police, but nobody knows for sure. When there was just one cop and a shackled man in the vehicle later, the officer had the man get down on his knees. The victim was allegedly raped by the constable, who twisted him around and sexually assaulted him from behind.
Four people of Tembisa died amid violent protests earlier this week, prompting the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) to launch an investigation into the metro police in Ekurhuleni. On Friday, Mayor Tania Campbell spoke to the neighborhood and pledged to enhance services for locals. Thousands of people disrupted daily life in the East Rand Township from Monday to Wednesday due to excessive electricity costs, load shedding, and violence.
Sixteen cops have been captured for the demise of a regular citizen because of supposed police activity while he was in police guardianship in 2020. The man had been captured and held at Lenasia police headquarters in Johannesburg for purportedly disregarding Coronavirus lockdown guidelines. The Autonomous Police Analytical Directorate (IPID) captured the officials, including three safety officers, last Tuesday and Wednesday.
A 45-year-old detective is being investigated by IPID for allegedly sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl in his office at the Kei Mouth police station on the 8 August 2022. According to Grace Langa, a spokesman for the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID), the suspect allegedly picked up the victim from her house and took her to the police station after she filed a complaint against her boyfriend.
Source : https://twitter.com/News24/status/1561412584217014272?t=3qV2q0Y0BeG9Lo9uxDPBbw&s=19 A 17-year-old teen was purportedly assaulted by an Eastern Cape cop, who was intended to talk with her about an attack body of evidence she had opened against her beau. As per the Autonomous Police Analytical Directorate (IPID), the cop, 45, from Kei Mouth police headquarters in East London, was captured on Friday after he supposedly assaulted the casualty on 6 August.
Law enforcement officials were detained by IPID after a civilian died as a result of alleged police conduct. A guy was killed while in police custody, and sixteen law enforcement officers have been detained in connection with the crime. At the time of death, the victim was being detained at the Johannesburg police station in Lenasia.
Assuming President Cyril Ramaphosa figured the Phalaphala outrage would vanish very much like that, he better reconsider. Everyone's attention is on him and all policing in the nation, holding on to witness what will he. The Phalaphala outrage that was accounted for by previous covert operative chief, Arthur Fraser involves public and global premium, subsequently it won't be not difficult to simply hide it where no one will think to look.