Indonesia: Open letter to Head of National Police on failure of police accountability in Indonesia
Since the publication of its report on police accountability in Indonesia report in 2009, Amnesty International has continued to receive credible reports of human rights violations by the police. In this open letter Amnesty International urges the Head of the Indonesian National Police to ensure the prompt, independent, impartial and effective investigation of these reports. The results should be made public. Fair and prompt investigations are an essential first step towards combating impunity for police abuse.
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