Four Indonesian Policemen Under Investigations for Violating Code of Ethics

- 15 August 2022 00:59 WIB
National Police spokesperson Insp. Gen. Dedi Prasetyo speaking to the media. (Photo/pmjnews)
National Police spokesperson Insp. Gen. Dedi Prasetyo speaking to the media. (Photo/pmjnews)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – Four mid-ranking police officers from the Metro Jaya Regional Police (Polda Metro Jaya) were placed under "special detainment" for violating the code of ethics in handling the case of the murder of Brigadier J.

According to police reports, the four Polda Metro Jaya members are undergoing special investigations at the National Police Profession and Security (Provost) Division Headquarters.

National Police spokesperson, Inspector General of the Police Dedi Prasetyo, said that the four members were middle officers of the Metro Jaya Police with the rank of Adjunct Chief Commissioner and Police Commissioner.

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"The results of the examination and the title last night (Friday, August 12, 2022), it was determined that 4 PMJ pamen, 3 Police Adjunct Chief Commissioner, and 1 Police Commissioner carried out Special Specialties at the Provost Bureau of the National Police Headquarters," said Dedi, Saturday, August 13, 2022.

Dedi added that a total of 16 police officers were placed in the Special Task Force for the murder of Brigadier J, totaling 16 people. 6 of them are at the Police Mobile Brigade Headquarters and 10 others are at the Provost Police Headquarters.

"To date, 16 people have been placed in special places, 6 people in Mako and 10 people in Provost," he explained.

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Previously, the National Police Criminal Investigation (Bareskrim) had named four people as suspects in the shooting case of Brigadier J. They were Bahrada Richard Eliezer or Bharada E, Inspector General Ferdy Sambo, Chief Brigadier Ricky Rizal, and Kuat Ma'ruf.



Editor: Suksmajati Kumara

Source: PMJ News


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