Media Urged To Report Rogue Cops

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has urged members of the public and the media to report officers involved in criminal activities and acts of misconduct.

The call was made by Officer Commanding Nkulumane District Chief Superintendent Marshall Dube last week while officiating at the opening of Nketa 9 police base and handover ceremony of bicycles to the police. He said:

They are your children who need our guidance and wisdom. In the event of grievances on the conduct of police officers, do not hesitate to contact the Officer in Charge.

May I request the media who are the eyes and ears of the nation to extend their telescopic eyes and alert ears to the activities of the ZRP.

We also rely on your reports in knowing issues that may be of concern to the public. Let us all unite in fighting crime to create a crime-free society.

The Nketa 9 police base station was built through the assistance of residents from Nketa 9 and Nketa 7 and a South African-based Zimbabwean businessman, Timothy Mncube.

More: Sunday News


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  1. The public must also be given an avenue to report corrupt officials without fear of reprisals. The UNITED NATIONS should have an office for that. A report that only surfaces now and then highlighting certain transgressions is simply not good enough. This regime must answer for its crimes.

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