According to Human Rights Watch’s report, people accused of terrorism or of being linked to the July 2016 attempted coup are at risk of torture in police custody in Turkey. In this report which is based on interviews with lawyers and relatives, and on a review of court transcripts, there are ten detail cases which is related to securtiy forces tortured or ill-treated and police beat scores.
11 torture cases which is reported by Human Right Watch refer to increase of torture and ill-treatment in police custody in Turkey. According to official records in the past year, over 150.000 people have passed through police custody accused of terrorist offenses, membership of armed groups, or involvement in the attempted coup in July 2016.
Read more: https://www.hrw.org/report/2017/10/12/custody/police-torture-and-abductions-turkey