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IPCC: Ensuring police accountability?

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The controversial Independent Police Conduct Commission Act, which deals with complaints about police misconduct, came into force on 1 July.

This, despite civil society continually raising concern over the limitations of the IPCC, including its lack of investigative powers and, most importantly, disciplinary powers.

Astro Awani’s Melisa Idris speaks to Dr Lin Mui Kiang of Proham and M Ramachelvam of Hakam.

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