The National Police will soon hold a disciplinary hearing to settle a series of alleged violations of the force’s code of ethics involving former detective chief Comr. Gen, Susno Duadji.
Spokesman for the police, Insp. Gen. Edward Aritonang said Monday the police force had recorded at least 10 offenses allegedly perpetrated by Susno since he was dismissed as the detective chief in November last year.
“There were about 10 violations, starting from his appearance in court to testify in Antasari’s murder trial, holding press conferences, absence from work and other violations,” Edward said.
The National Police once threatened to bring Susno to the disciplinary hearing for testifying in court without notifying his superior. The threat, however, has never materialized.