New measures to be implemented to ensure police officers are held accountable for damages caused to state equipment
New measures could soon be implemented to ensure police officers are held accountable for any damages caused to equipment belonging to the state.
That's according to Chief of Police Daniel Carbon.
Carbon's views came on the heels of PM Roosevelt Skerrit revealing a proposal had been put before him to install tracking devices on all police vehicles.
Carbon says officers in supervisory positions should not cover up cases where damages have been done to equipment.
Carbon says he will ensure a robust policy is put in place to deal with cases where police officers are mishandling vehicles and other equipment belonging to the government.
He says one such example is of a report he had been waiting on for over 3 months on damage to a motorcycle.
Chief of Police Daniel Carbon
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