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DPP RULES OUT PCA REPORT LEAK

by | Apr 25, 2014

Director of Public Prosecutions, Roger Gaspard,

Director of Public Prosecutions, Roger Gaspard,

Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard expressed confidence that the leak of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) report and the Police Service report on the New Flying Squad Investigative Unit did not come from his office.

However the DPP indicated he was concentrating on the contents of the report.

The DPP has to review the PCA and Police Service reports and all the documentation sent to him on this issue of the Flying Squad before making a determination on whether criminal action should be pursued.

Both reports have concluded that a Flying Squad operated last year, without proper authorization.

Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams indicated that not every call for an investigation would require an investigation.

Williams, on Wednesday, told the media the police had nothing to investigate in the matter involving the leak of the two reports.

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