Sunday, July 27, 2008

Police: Attorney-General’s Office Doesn’t Prosecute Enough

The police have criticized the Attorney-General’s office, claiming that it doesn’t prosecute many relatively small crimes. The police say that 41% of these cases are not taken up by the Attorney-General, even though iti was possible to do so. Gerrit van de Kamp, chairman of the police union ACP, says that the Attorney-General’s office is thus giving the wrong signal to the public.

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