This paper is a submission to the Goldstone Standing Commission into the Prevention of Public Violence and Intimidation into Events at Boipatong, August 1992. The purpose of this submission is to provide a contextual understanding of the findings of the inquiry by Dr. P.A.J. Waddington into the police investigation of and response to the events at Boipatong on 17 June 1992. It contains recommendations in relation to policing which are essential if the police force is to effectively serve the people of Boipatong and other communities.
Contextualising the Waddington Report