JAKARTADAILY.ID – Indonesian National Police Special Inspectorate (Itsus) continues to investigate police officers suspected of violating the code of ethics related to the murder of Brigadier Nofriansyah Yosua Hutabarat alias Brigadier J.
The National Police spokesperson Inspector General Dedi Prasetyo revealed that currently there are 63 members who have been investigated for alleged violations of the code of ethics.
Of the 63 police officers examined, there were 35 police officers suspected of violating the code of ethics in the case of Brigadier J.
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"Yes, that's right (there are 35), the latest information is from Itsus," said Dedi Prasetyo as quoted from PMJnews, Tuesday, August 16, 2022.
Previously, four police officers were detained in a "special place" for allegedly violating the code of ethics related to the case of Brigadier J's murder. In total there are currently 16 police stationed in the so-called special place.
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 four Polda Metro Jaya members are undergoing special investigations at the National Police Profession and Security (Provost) Division Headquarters.
"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.
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