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Top cop awaits report on ‘Flying Squad’ leak
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams said the probe into the leak of reports by the Police Service and the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) into the new “Flying Squad” is ongoing and he was awaiting a report expected to be submitted to him on May 23. He was fielding questions from members of the media at the opening ceremony of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police at the Hyatt Regency, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
Williams said he already had instructed Assistant Commissioner of Police (Crime) Deodath Dulalchan to head the investigation. “He has by way of direction May 23 as the target date for completion of that investigation or to report back to me the progress of that investigation. I will not be checking with him of a daily basis,” Williams said. Two weeks ago Opposition Senator Faris Al-Rawi disclosed portions of the PCA report while speaking in Parliament. Lucky had been quoted as denying the leak came from the PCA.