Khayelitsha inquiry completed
The probe into alleged police inefficiencies & a breakdown in relationships in is complete.
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CAPE TOWN - An investigation into alleged policing problems in Khayelitsha has been completed.
The Khayelitsha Commission of Inquiry wrapped up on Thursday.
Commissioners Kate O'Regan and Vusi Pikoli will interrogate over 500 police dockets, statements from around 50 experts and more than 200 affidavits from community members who made submissions.
The police's Norman Arendse has insisted policing problems are being exaggerated.
But the complainant organisations are adamant urgent intervention is needed to solve problems like insufficient police officers, dockets going missing and impassionate and rude staff.
The inquiry will submit its final report to Western Cape Premier Helen Zille in July.