Councils urged to back super review call in the wake of new report into sexual assaults by council workers
A parliamentary committee has recommended an independent investigation into alleged sexual assaults by New Zealand police officers, saying their conduct at police stations should be reviewed.
In a report released today, the committee said it was calling on the Police Service of New Zealand to review its handling of sexual assaults by police employees, including allegations of sexual assault at police stations.
The report released today call더킹 카지노s on the police service to provide information on alleged officers to the committee, in order to establish if the report is accurate.
'I think the best thing to do is to look at the case against the police,' said Labor's candidate to the role of police commissioner, the committee chair, MP Michelle Roberts.
'There is some criticism that the police force has been extremely good at addressing these incidents, but we need to look at it and see what the right action would have been, so that the police service is not at the end of it.'
The report was released less than 24 hours after a New Zealand Rape Crisis centre in Nelson's Christchurch received its first complaint from a former member of the force regarding police incidents.
It follow화천안마s earlier reports of alleg에볼루션 카지노ed sexual assaults by police staff at police station doors, as well as other complaints by people who had claimed to have been abused by police officers in their roles.
The report was also delivered to the Police Council, which advises police agencies on what policies they should be pursuing in an effort to improve sexual abuse claims.
The committee's recommendations include a review of whether the police should be given the legal responsibility of providing assistance to victims of sexual assault, as well as ensuring the process of dealing with complaints from police officers is properly monitored and monitored again by the department.
The report recommended the police service develop and implement new policies to prevent incidents like the one involving a former employee, in which the victims were sexually assaulted.
'Police should implement a code of conduct so that complaints from people in police contact positions can and should be handled in a confidential way to protect those in touch with police, protect victims of these sexual offences and to ensure the reporting of sexual assault reports to the police is well managed, including to ensure victim service members who are contacted by the police are able to give their best view of events.
The committee's report, released today, calls on the Police Service of New Zealand to review its handling of sexual assaults by police staff, including allegations of sexual assault at police stations