Car-flagging interference costs cop job

Botswana Police. PIC KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Botswana Police. PIC KENNEDY RAMOKONE

A police officer who was caught interfering with car-flagging has been permanently relieved of his duties as he failed to challenge the decision at the higher court.

The ex-officer, Tshoganetso Ketshabang who before his dismissal from the police force held the rank of Sub Inspector had worked for 23 years as a police officer.

According to court papers, on May 4, 2016, he was subjected to disciplinary hearing proceedings before the board and charged with a single count of falsehood contrary to the Police Act.

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