Independent Police Investigative Directorate
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID), formerly the Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD)
- 10 other official names:
- Onafhanklike Klagtedirektoraat (Afrikaans)
- UbuLawuli obuziJameleko beeNghonghoyilo (Southern Ndebele)
- ICandelo eliZimeleyo leZikhalazo (Xhosa)
- uPhiko oluziMele lweziKhalazo (Zulu)
- Luphiko lwetiKhalo lolutiMele (Swati)
- Kgorwana ye e Ikemetsego ya Boipelaetso (Northern Sotho)
- Lekala le Ikemetseng la Ditletlebo (Sotho)
- Lephata le le Ikemetseng la Dingongorego (Tswana)
- Vufambisi lebyi Tiyimeleke bya Swivilelo (Tsonga)
- Tshumelo yo Diimelaho ya Mbilahelo (Venda)
, is an agency of the South African government responsible for investigating complaints against the South African Police Service and municipal police services.
The IPID was created in April 1997 as part of the post-apartheid reform of the South African Police. It investigates deaths in custody, crimes allegedly committed by police officers, violations of SAPS policy, and dissatisfaction with the service provided by the police.
- ↑ "About the ICD". ICD. Archived from the original on December 8, 2008. Retrieved 2009-03-30.