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September 17, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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A special task force has been set up by the Fiji Police Force to investigate corruption allegations placed on its nine officers who were suspended last week.

Director Operations, SSP Rusiate Tudravu said the task force has been set up by the Commissioner of Police for transparency reasons in the force and to see if the allegations on the nine officers are true or not.

He also added that the ranks of the officers could not be revealed yet as investigations are still at initial stages.

Meanwhile, the task force comprises of three retired criminal investigation officers who have been especially called in to assist in the investigations.

By Indrani Krishna

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