Actions against the police: Unreasonable obstacles to obtaining redress
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As pointed out in the Nyika case, the police interact with the public on a daily basis and it is typically ordinary citizens who are the victims of violations of their rights arising out of abuse or misuse of police powers. Victims of police abuse will often be seeking redress for violations of some of their most fundamental human rights, such the right to life, liberty, bodily integrity, dignity and protection of their property.
Additional Citation InformationFeltoe, G., Reid-Rowland, J. & Matsikidze R. (2019). Actions against the police: Unreasonable obstacles to obtaining redress. University of Zimbabwe Law Journal, 2 (1). 270-278
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