Police officers suspended over fake Covid passes
In addition to two police officers from the Murska Sobota Police Administration, four officers from the General Police Administration and police administrations in Ljubljana, Kranj and Koper are also being investigated
The Slovenian newspaper Vecer reported today that two inspectors of the Police Administration in the city of Murska Sobota have been suspended because of issuance of fake Covid passes.
According to the Slovenian agency STA, an internal investigation has been launched against the two inspectors by their police administration.
As stated, the number of passes they had aroused suspicion, so a special department of the Special State Prosecutor's Office began to investigate.
In November, houses in a number of Slovenian towns and settlements were searched to investigate police officers who are said to have obtained fake Covid certificates.
Other than two police officers from the Murska Sobota Police Administration, four employees of the General Police Administration and police administrations in Ljubljana, Kranj and Koper are being investigated, according to Vecer.
In a special probe, the police also found out that the traffic police officers of the Maribor Police Administration had been involved in issuing fake Covid passes, according to STA.
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