FIJI NEWS
September 13, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Nine police officers have been sent home pending an internal investigation into alleged corrupt dealings with various members of the public, according to a government statement.

Details of the allegations were not disclosed, but Fiji Police reminds all its officers that no one is above the law and that any officer found to be engaging in corrupt or illegal dealings would be punished in accordance with the laws of this country.

“The Force has taken seriously all allegations of corrupt practices within the force and will thoroughly investigate all allegations,” the statement said

“Those that are undermining the ethics of the Force and the laws of this country should resign."

By Indrani Krishna

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