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A NEW CONTROVERSY is brewing within the Royal Barbados Police Force.
This time it has to do with the selection of an officer to fill the vacant post of Deputy Commissioner.
SUNDAY SUN investigations have revealed that in a break with the tradition of the force, the Police Service Commission (PSC) has removed the Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin from any involvement in the interviewing, recommendation or selection process.
The unprecedented move is reported to have triggered concern by some of the force’s 1 500-odd rank and file officers. According to sources, the PSC is also drafting charges to be brought against Dottin.

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