Gender-based violence survivor's complaints lead to woman detective being probed on allegations of trying to collapse case

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The detective, who works at Randfontein Police Station on the West Rand, hung up on City Press on Friday when called for comment. Photo: Misha Jordaan/Gallo Images
The detective, who works at Randfontein Police Station on the West Rand, hung up on City Press on Friday when called for comment. Photo: Misha Jordaan/Gallo Images

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Pressuring a survivor of gender-based violence to drop charges and accepting bribes to collapse cases are among the allegations being investigated regarding a woman detective (whose name may not be published for legal reasons) at a police station in Gauteng.

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