Commit to probing deaths in custody, Suaram tells police force

Alyaa Alhadjri


Reforms to reduce deaths in police custody should begin with a willingness by the authority in charge to be held accountable, according to human rights group Suaram.

Suaram programme manager Dobby Chew (above) said commitment to this by the officer in charge would ultimately assist efforts to initiate investigations and provide closure in such cases...

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