Mdluli removed as crime intelligence boss

2012-05-09 14:24
Cape Town - Lieutenant General Richard Mdluli has been removed as crime intelligence boss, Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa announced in Parliament on Wednesday.

Mdluli would be shifted to another division that will be decided on by police management.

Mthethwa said he had noted the "recent utterances, public discussions, and at times misrepresentation and misunderstanding" of police processes by some in society, particularly in relation to the crucial crime intelligence division.

Mthethwa had, in consultation with the acting national commissioner, decided that Mdluli should be shifted from his current position "with effect today" [Wednesday], as the head of crime intelligence and moved to another division, as determined by the Mkhwanazi.

Mdluli had been informed of the decision and had pledged his support to the process.


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