She wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
Dekanoidze wrote: "I remember July 4, when the first patrol police officers from the 1st Battalion started patrolling Kyiv. I remember their fiery eyes after they had turned over their shift, when the new police officers survived the first blow despite all the hardships and numerous problems.
"I will stand up and defend every honest employee who cares for his or her homeland with all my might. Everyone! And there are more than 115,000 of them! But I will never, under any circumstances, tolerate those violating the law and engaging themselves in dirty deeds.
"Fortunately, they are outnumbered. And the fact that this recent case has become the matter of public record is the merit of those patrol police officers who remember what honor and dignity exist and why they have come to the National Police.
"We did not hide this crime. The National Police Public Relations Department was the first that made this information public.
"This is the process of purification. This process is complex, unpleasant, sometimes painful, but irreversible. And we will do our best to nip the very attempts of such dishonest actions of those who violate the law instead of protecting this very law and the citizens of our country.
"Like most Ukrainians, I personally believe in success of the National Police and patrol police in particular. As all our actions and aspirations are for the sake of people and the future of Ukraine, after all.
"I hate grafters, thieves, and dishonest people," Dekanoidze summed up.
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