POLICE-PUBLIC RELATIONSHIP
Daily Mirror - Sri Lanka|May 08, 2021
The saga of a police officer high-jumping over the body of an errant lorry driver, coming hot on the heels of a similar act of cruelty at Paliyagoda where the son of a President’s Counsel was badly manhandled by the police within the very precincts of a police station offers no edification for the general public to form a positive attitude towards the police
B.H.S. Jayasekera

Police-public cordial relationship is a sine qua non for any civilised democracy to sustained the most cherished ideals of democratic rule. They are significant as per provisions of the Police Ordinance and the constitution of our country in protecting lives and property of the people, upholding rule of law, assisting the due administration of justice and in bringing the wrongdoers to book.

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