Report of the Chief Ombudsman on the Investigation of Complaints Against the Police Arising from the South African Rugby Tour of New Zealand in 1981
" ... Complaints which could be the subject of an inquiry ... must first be submitted to the police themselves. Only if the police do not carry out an investigation r if the compalinant is dissatisfied with the outcome can the matter be brought to my office. Inevitably, therefore, my report presents an incomplete picture. It is not an assessment of the manner in which the police discharged the responsibilities thrust on them during the tour. Nor is it a comprehensive report on the way in which they investigated the complaints made to them after the tour. The complaints into which I inquired were only those which came to me because the complainants were dissatisfied with the outcome of police investigations ..."--Page 3.
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