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Police Officers Called To Refrain From Corruption And Mistreating Of Suspects

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Police officers been called upon to refrain from corruption and mistreating of suspects as it fuels loss of public trust, leading to rise in cases of mob justice and vandalism of the police stations during public demonstrations.

Eastern Region Community Policing Coordinator, Superintendent Memory Mgeni made the call on Monday during an elective meeting of Liwonde Police Station Executive Committee.

Mgeni says the malpractice damages the reputation of their department.

Newly elected Chairperson for the committee, Elias Ngomano says he will focus on strengthening the relationship between the two sides for a successful implementation of security policies.

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