Investigations are underway in Fiji into a new video alleging police brutality after police were filmed beating two men near Suva at the beginning of the week.
A police spokesperson said the police would investigate while the Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho directed the Internal Affairs Department to investigate.
The director of the Fiji Human Rights Commission Ashwin Raj earlier called for an independent investigation.
It is not known if the policemen in question have been identified or if they have been stood down.
Two weeks ago, the government said it would launch a pilot project using video recording of statements in order to make the police more professional.
The investigations come as Fiji's biggest ever police brutality case is in court this week, with eight policemen and a military officer, who was the prime minister Frank Bainimarama's body guard, being tried for raping a man in custody in 2014.
The nine are being tried in the High Court in Lautoka over the rape of Vilikesa Soko who died of his injuries.