Numbers That Count: National Monitoring of Police Conduct

Numbers That Count: National Monitoring of Police Conduct

The following article by Themba Masuku sheds light on available data on police misconduct and its unreliability and inconsistency. He reflects and highlights important stats in various areas of police conduct, from the use of lethal force and non-lethal force to deaths in police custody.


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Themba Masuku is the CSVR research programme manager. He holds a Master of Laws - LLM Constitutional and Human Rights law from the University of South Africa and Masters of Social Science Sociology from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.


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