The TTPS says while nothing is wrong in recording a police officer, persons must be mindful not to obstruct them in the execution of their duties.
Speaking on 103FM’s Sargam Programme this morning, Acting Assistant Superintendent Subhas Ramkhelawan says obstructing an officer is an arrestable offence.
He says once an officer warns a civilian about being in their ‘personal space’ they must comply, or face the consequences.
Mr Ramkhelawan adds that if persons believe an officer is abusing their power, there are several avenues that can be taken to make an official complaint.
Acting Assistant Superintendent, Subhas Ramkhelawan