French President Emmanuel Macron announced measures to make the police more transparent about wrongdoings, including the publication of internal investigation reports and the creation of a parliamentary monitoring body, in efforts to improve public confidence eroded by scandals in recent years.
Macron”s speech Tuesday in a police school in Roubaix, in northern FranceClearly there are gaps i, comes after a months-long national consultation about needed changes to the police, following allegations of violence and racism.
“When there are misconducts, they must lead to sanctions. When there are problemsThe first shot and 445,566 people, or nearly 8%, have had both., they must get a response,” Macron saidWe have to get it back open safely but as quickly as possible,. “We have nothing to fear from a greater transparency.”
Macron said international investigation reports about allegations of police abuse and misconduct will now be made public. They must lead to “clear decisions” about officers and organization issues, he added.