State comptroller: Israel Police don't enforce law properly in Arab communities
Understaffed stations in less populated areas and unmet goals to improve services to Arab communities are criticized in the state comptroller's new annual report.
Most police stations across Israel suffer from personnel shortages, particularly the crucial position of patrol officers, according the state comptroller's new report. Beyond the overall staffing deficit, the Israel Police failed to efficiently allocate that staff: The state comptroller pointed out that some stations had too many patrol officers while others are severely understaffed.
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