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Attacked boys, did not stand trial - and returned to police Israel today


A Border Police officer, who was due to be tried for using excessive force, was released from the service and the case against her was closed. • A month later, she was re-enlisted.

Israel Today has learned that the police disciplinary department recently re-filed a disciplinary indictment, for unlawful use of force, against a border policewoman who was discharged from compulsory service and re-enlisted in the police. , Who complained against the policewoman, who was documented behaving violently towards them during the evacuation of an outpost.

A Border Police officer attacked boys in an outpost a year ago - and returned to service // Photo: Geulat Zion

The affair began in February 2020, when clashes broke out between young men and women in the illegal outpost Geulat Zion and Border Police forces. Police then claimed that stones were thrown at the forces and deputies were blocked.

Videos from the incident documented a policewoman spraying from a range of zero gas peppers in front of protesters who refused to evacuate and dragging a girl with her hair on the ground;

As well as spraying gas at a girl who was neutralized by another police officer.

In the DIP complaint against the force commander and against the policewoman, it was alleged that they acted in violation of procedures and used unreasonable force.

A year later, DIP announced that the police would be prosecuted and not criminally prosecuted.

DIP admitted that it had not been updated on its release, as well as on the closure of the case.

It also turned out that about a month later, the policewoman re-enlisted in the police.

Following this, DIP ordered that she be subject to disciplinary action. Indeed, last month the indictment was filed and the police informed Honno that they would consider taking administrative measures as well.

"We are considering applying to the High Court," admitted Advocate Yado of the Honno organization.

The police said: "DIP decided to transfer the procedure to the disciplinary department only a year after its release.

Due to this, the case was closed because a police officer can be disciplinary prosecuted up to 180 from the day of his release.

After returning to the organization, an indictment was filed against her.

As for the recruitment process, lessons have been learned. "

Source: israelhayom

All news articles on 2021-10-14

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