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(Trinidad Guardian) National Security Minister Edmund Dillon says an investigation is to be conducted to determine if possible national security breaches were committed when a senior officer at the Gasparillo Police Station went to the nearby Tabaquite constituency office of Opposition MP Surujrattan Rambachan to photocopy police documents.

Rambachan made disclosure of the matter during his contribution to yesterday’s debate on a Government motion in the House of Representatives to approve the nomination of former Chief of Defence Staff, Commodore Anthony Franklin, as the fourth member of the Police Service Commission (PSC).

Rambachan said in 2007 the Police Commissioner was given full authority to manage the Police Service, and consequently he wanted to know “how come a sergeant of police and policemen have to come to my office from the Gasparillo Police Station on a regular basis to get photo-copies of charge sheets and time sheets.” Rambachan said this was done up to yesterday morning, hours before the sitting.

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