Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Trust police - They will leave you for dead literally

And this is only from a report that the general population are allowed to know about / read.

There is plenty more that is sealed and not available for the serfs to know about. 


How can one trust police when their actions are not isolated to one Corinna Horvath (pictured below) case.


You might as well throw the manual (as seen below) out the door ESPECIALLY the part:

protect life and property


See the two page report (84KB - really good for NBN speeds) the mainstream media did not link to:




From article on 27 Mar 2018 by news.com.au of the headline:

Action urged for Vic Police 'deficiencies'


Human rights considerations are among a raft of areas needing immediate improvement in Victoria Police's internal investigations, the corruption watchdog says.


Human rights issues were overlooked by Victorian police in more than half of their investigations into serious incidents involving officers which left members of the public dead or injured.

A damning report by the state's corruption watchdog released on Tuesday highlighted numerous deficiencies including a failure to adequately manage conflicts of interests and examine relevant evidence.

The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission audit comes after the examination of 142 cases closed in 2015/16.

"The audit identified concerning deficiencies in Victoria Police's oversight, which require immediate attention," IBAC commissioner Robert Redlich QC said.

"Victoria Police's oversight of these serious incidents must be thorough and impartial so that the community can be confident the police actions were appropriate and to identify how to prevent similar incidents from occurring in future."

The audit is the first of its kind in Victoria and found the force needs to improve how it identifies, records and manages conflicts of interest.

Training on human rights must be provided, along with improved supervision of oversight investigations.

And the professional standards command should oversee investigations involving Special Operations Group, with improved reporting to IBAC.

Victoria Police has accepted all recommendations and will provide an interim report on its implementation of recommendations by September, and final report by March 2019.

Human rights issues were overlooked by Victorian police in more than half of their investigations into serious incidents involving officers which left members of the public dead or injured.

A damning report by the state's corruption watchdog released on Tuesday highlighted numerous deficiencies including a failure to adequately manage conflicts of interests and examine relevant evidence.

The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission audit comes after the examination of 142 cases closed in 2015/16.

"The audit identified concerning deficiencies in Victoria Police's oversight, which require immediate attention," IBAC commissioner Robert Redlich QC said.

"Victoria Police's oversight of these serious incidents must be thorough and impartial so that the community can be confident the police actions were appropriate and to identify how to prevent similar incidents from occurring in future."

The audit is the first of its kind in Victoria and found the force needs to improve how it identifies, records and manages conflicts of interest.

Training on human rights must be provided, along with improved supervision of oversight investigations.

And the professional standards command should oversee investigations involving Special Operations Group, with improved reporting to IBAC.

Victoria Police has accepted all recommendations and will provide an interim report on its implementation of recommendations by September, and final report by March 2019.

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