In a published report RNDDH said that most of the killings occurred in the streets of the capital and provincial cities.
It said also that police officers were also targeted with 76 members of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) “affected by this wave of insecurity”.
According to RNDDH, 38 police officers were killed with an equal number wounded during the period.
“Thus, over four police officers are physically affected each month and more than two of them are killed.”
The human rights group said that theoretically, the size of the PNH 13, 825 with at least 1,196 not at work due to illness, studies, travel, accidents among other factors.
It said a further 399 police officers are attached to ministers, legislators, judges, parquetiers and municipal magistrates.
RNDDH said that while the operating conditions of Police Station and Sub Police Station are up to standard, others are in dilapidated buildings and dirty, without any operating material.
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