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Waitakere Police under the spotlight

August 08, 2013 at 9:54 AM

In 3 months Waitakere Police has had two of its officers answering to charges in the criminal court.

Peter Pakau was charged in May for making 'P' and collecting debt for gang members. This week Lotovale Perese appeared before Judge Eddie Paul in the Waitakere District Court on charges of giving cannabis, tobacco and other contraband to prisoners in courthouse cells, correction facilites and remand centres in Auckland.

The Waitakere police is adamant that these cases of their 2 officers are not connected. They certainly are not indicative of the Waitakere Police culture.

You can read the full news items here

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