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Police Officers Angry that Colleagues Gave Guns to G4S Guards

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Some regular and administration police officers are now complaining that some of their colleagues from Pangani Police stations gave guns to a G4S guard manning the Equity Bank Eastleigh branch.

The police officers claim that the officers went against the police service’s standing orders giving guns to civilians without proper authorizations. The G4S guard seems to have been taking photos with the guns. These actions have not gone down well with other police officers who believe that professionalism lacked in the handling of the gun.

Now the police officers want their colleague and the G4S guard punished for the misdemeanour. This is against the police code of conduct.

Robert

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