"Trust in police officers will increase if law enforcement violations do not go unpunished and police officers act within the law," the think tank concludes in the report. "Turks want an independent body to which they can report unfair decisions and misconducts."
Reacting to the report at a press conference in Istanbul, Ahmet Erkan Koca, associate professor from the Ankara-based Police Academy, stressed that contrary to what people generally believe with regards to police misconduct, it was actually common for an officer to be punished or expelled.The study further reveals that trust for police changes according to origins or political perception.
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