Video interrogation will ensure transparency: Gates
January 31, 2019 7:29 am
Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho and Chief Justice Anthony Gates have highlighted a great need for video interrogation.
Qiliho and Gates says video interrogation will ensure transparency and at the same time make work easier for our judicial system.
Chief Justice Gates says video interrogation will not only assist the Police Force and the courts, it will also eliminate a great deal of violence.
“Everybody can see and looks at that interview that its fare and we have seen how the person who is responding, the suspects how they have responded to the questions and from there you can judge whether he is telling the truth.”
Qiliho says the process of video interrogation will further enhance their investigations.
“It’s really looking after our police officers, it protects us more from the allegations of abuse and things like that when we go through that transparent process.”
Meanwhile, Gates says this is the way forward for the Police Force as it brings out a fare and transparency interrogation process.