INDECOM still awaiting review of report by Office of DPP into alleged trimming of Nzinga King’s locks

by November 23rd, 2021

The Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) says it is still awaiting a review of a report, by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions into the alleged trimming of a Rastafarian woman, while in police custody.


19-year-old Nzinga King claimed that her locks were cut by a policewoman, while she was in custody at the Four Paths police station, in Clarendon in July.


The matter had been handed over to INDECOM, however, there have been criticisms that the investigations are taking too long.


Speaking with IRIE FM news, Assistant Commissioner of INDECOM, Hamish Campbell said the DPP’s office is still reviewing the report, and an announcement will only be made by INDECOM, once the DPP has arrived at a conclusion.



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