04 August 2015
Solomon Arase, the Inspector General of Police in Nigeria, has apologised to the public for police illegal activity....
Two South African Police Service (SAPS) detectives and accomplices appeared in court on 04 August 2015 for attempted robbery...
01 Auguust 2015
Chris Ngcobo, Acting Head of Crime Intelligence has resigned after he was put on special leave since October...
30 July 2015
On Thursday, 30 July 2015, Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a report accusing Guinea's security forces of using...
On 21 August 2015 APCOF in partnership with Sonke Gender Justice and the Women's Legal Centre hosted a roundtable in Cape Town on: Addressing challenges in policing of sexual offences and domestic violence - areas for reform and redress.
Workshop Report available at: http://www.apcof.org/files/445_Workshop_Report.pdf
The role of the state in addressing sexual violence: Assessing policing service delivery challenges faced by victims of sexual offences by Joy Watson available at: http://www.apcof.org/files/9762_APCOF_Brief13.pdf
12 August 2015
African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum (APCOF), welcomes the initiative by the Portfolio Committee on Police on 12 August 2015, to call police senior management including deputy national commissioners, provincial commissioners and the national spokesperson to account for statement made on 26th July 2015, following a Board of Commissioners Meeting. Members of the police in this statement supported the National Commissioner of Police, in direct contradiction of findings of Farlam Commission recommendations to the President for consideration of her fitness to hold office given her conduct during the Marikana Massacre and before the Commission itself.
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5 August 2015
APCOF presents submission on White Paper on Policing to Portfolio Committee on Police, South African Parliament. APCOF highlighted need for implementation of the NDP proposals.
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