Opposition spokesperson on Justice and Gender AAffairs, Senator Donna Scott-Mottley is calling on the government to provide a report on the status of the investigations into the alleged trimming of a rastafarian woman while in police custody.
Nzinga king, 19, claimed that her locks were cut by a police woman while she was in custody at the Four Paths police station, in Clarendon.
Commissioner of Police, Major General Antony Anderson, said the probe into the trimming has been turned over to the Independent Commission of Investigations, (INDECOM).
In a statement, Senator Scott Mottley reiterated her call for the police commissioner to provide a report on any findings of the investigation to date, and to respond to questions surrounding the protracted delay in the report.
She expressed concern about the government’s handling of the investigation.