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Over 70 police officers declare assets

by staff writer

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Jun. 5, CMC –  A total of 71 Police Officers from the category of Corporals and Sergeants were among Grenadians in public service who recently filed declarations of assets with the Integrity Commission in accordance with the Integrity in Public life legislation.

The declarations made between May 8 and May 29 included  persons who requested extensions including senators, police officers and persons from Ministries and Departments.

“The filing of these Declarations were made pursuant to the Integrity in Public Life Act Number 24 of 2013, Section 28 (1) & (2), which require persons in public life, listed in the First Schedule, to file Declarations with the Integrity Commission disclosing their assets, liabilities, income and interest in relation to property,” said a  release from the Integrity Commission.

The filing of declarations is an annual exercise that commenced in March 2014.

The penalty for not filing is ence on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding EC$20,000 or twelve months imprisonment.

However, if a matter is before the court that requires the Integrity Commission to release declaration information then a Judge can issue the order.

In accordance with Section 28 (4) of the Integrity in Public Life Act,  should Declarants  fail to file their declarations, or without reasonable cause fail to furnish required documents in accordance with the act, the Commission shall publish such fact in the Gazette and at least one weekly newspaper in circulation in Grenada.

The Commission says it looks forward to the continued cooperation of persons in public life in being compliant with provisions of the Act as it continues the implementation of Grenada’s Integrity and anti-corruption System.

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by staff writer

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Jun. 5, CMC –  A total of 71 Police Officers from the category of Corporals and Sergeants were among Grenadians in public service who recently filed declarations of assets with the Integrity Commission in accordance with the Integrity in Public life legislation.

The declarations made between May 8 and May 29 included  persons who requested extensions including senators, police officers and persons from Ministries and Departments.

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“The filing of these Declarations were made pursuant to the Integrity in Public Life Act Number 24 of 2013, Section 28 (1) & (2), which require persons in public life, listed in the First Schedule, to file Declarations with the Integrity Commission disclosing their assets, liabilities, income and interest in relation to property,” said a  release from the Integrity Commission.

The filing of declarations is an annual exercise that commenced in March 2014.

The penalty for not filing is ence on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding EC$20,000 or twelve months imprisonment.

However, if a matter is before the court that requires the Integrity Commission to release declaration information then a Judge can issue the order.

In accordance with Section 28 (4) of the Integrity in Public Life Act,  should Declarants  fail to file their declarations, or without reasonable cause fail to furnish required documents in accordance with the act, the Commission shall publish such fact in the Gazette and at least one weekly newspaper in circulation in Grenada.

The Commission says it looks forward to the continued cooperation of persons in public life in being compliant with provisions of the Act as it continues the implementation of Grenada’s Integrity and anti-corruption System.