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Sep 8, 2016

Police Commissioner says he is waiting to receive Auditor General reports

This is the second audit that has been conducting by the Auditor General on the Immigration Department. Given the obvious widespread irregularities committed by persons and all that has been revealed in the most recent report, some are of the opinion that the police should conduct a full fledged investigation into the findings of the Special Audit. ComPol Whylie says he has not been provided with a copy of the three reports, even though it is available electronically on the Auditor General’s website.

 

Allen Whylie, ComPol

Allen Whylie

“What I believe is in material. I haven’t received any copies from the auditor general. I have been kept aware to some degree via the media pronunciations, but I am certain that whenever we get those things, we will look at it and read it; I am certain that the D.P.P. will also look at it and read it and we go from there.”

 

Reporter

“Sir, but you do realize that sounds like a fire is over there, but you deh ina the fire department and say well I di wait fi get wah call, because I see the house on fire, but nobody noh call me.”

 

Reporter

“Because the reports are available online on the Auditor General’s website…”

 

Allen Whylie

“Well it may be there, but I know that the Auditor General, the practice is whenever the Auditor General is done with whatever audits, she would normally share those things with myself as the Commissioner. I haven’t received those as I’ve said.”

 

Reporter

“Sir, but there are widespread examples of irregularities that appear to be in the public mind to be very urgent; that people were running all types of reds—high people and low people. Isn’t that something that in the normal course the police department would say we want to see law and order prevail—and that is lawlessness and disorder—let us look into it on our own? It is our job.”

 

Allen Whylie

“Well I’m certain that when those reports reach me, I will look at it. I have already briefed the head NCIB to be on standby in terms of putting together a team to investigate whenever those things reaches, but there is a process.”

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