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ICD completes Jaca report
The Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD) on Tuesday said it has finished its investigation into...
The Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD) on Tuesday said it has finished its investigation into suspended Tshwane metro police deputy chief Ndumiso Jaca.
In September, the municipality placed him on special leave following an Eyewitness News exposé.
Investigations revealed Jaca was driving an unregistered and unlicenced car for over two years, and his car was fitted with blue-lights.
The ICD's Moses Dlamini said the suspended cop declined to provide the investigator with a statement on the allegations levelled against him.
“We have compiled a report, which will be sent to the director of public prosecutions for a decision.”
The report will also be submitted to the municipality, which could be used to formulate internal disciplinary charges.
(Editing by Dennis Georgiannis)
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