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Les conducteurs des taxis victimes des arrestations illégales par les PCR

Difficile pour les conducteurs des véhicules de transport en commun d’échapper aux tracasseries des policiers routières à Kinshasa...

September 13, 2016 with 0 Comments

L’insécurité amène les jeunes à la justice populaire

Le général Vital Awashango (au milieu), lors d’une parade avec les troupes de la police. Ph, Mustapha Mulonda   Par Safia Nyondo..

May 10, 2016 with 0 Comments

Des policiers de roulage se font corrompent publiquement à Bukavu

La place Mulamba-Nguba, en pleine ville de Bukavu, où on retrouve régulièrement des policiers de la circulation routière. Ph. Alliance..

May 2, 2016 with 0 Comments

Des pratiques illégales rongent certains services de sécurité

Agents de la police devant le bureau de la DPI, Sud Kivu, lors du sit in des agents de l’hôpital de Panzi, janvier 2015. Ph. Prince..

March 14, 2016 with 0 Comments

La pratique du rapport est illégale

Policiers de roulage arrêtant une voiture au marché de Nguba. ph. Prince Murhula   Par Jean Bosco Irenge A Bukavu, capitale du..

November 27, 2015 with 0 Comments

Fighting gender violence in Dar es Salaam — 16 days and beyond

By: Brielle Morgan DAR ES SALAAM – It’s a delicate thing, asking someone to speak about their experience of gender-based violence...

January 14, 2014 with 1 Comment

Revamping the Malawi Police Service

“I was detained, in jail for 7 days for no reason,” said Comfort Chitseko, who was arrested by Malawi police in October for allegedly..

June 26, 2012

Ghanaian police covers up child abuse, says legal expert

A child abuse case is being covered up by Tamale’s Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DVVSU), a Ghanaian legal expert says...

April 25, 2012 with 0 Comments

Body kept in parking lot at Kumasi Police HQ

The corpse of a suspected car thief lies in the parking lot of the Ashanti Regional Police Headquarters, a car mat with a pool of blood..

September 19, 2011 with 0 Comments

Abuse of police powers exposes ineffectiveness of reform training

By Jane Kaonga and Denis Calnan Maclean Panje scrolls through photos of his nephew, 27-year-old Emmanuel Kafele, on his cell phone. The..

August 6, 2011 with 0 Comments
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