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Police Service Act 2003 (No. 75 of 2003)
Requested:  21 Feb 2017
Consolidated as at:  21 Feb 2012

49. Financial statements

(1) The Commissioner may require a police officer to provide a financial statement if there are reasonable grounds to suspect that the police officer has engaged in, or is engaging in, or is likely to engage in, conduct that –

(a) may constitute an indictable offence or any other offence punishable by imprisonment; or

(b) is corrupt or seriously unethical.

(2) The Commissioner –

(a) for the purpose of allocating duties may require a police officer to provide a financial statement; and

(b) is to cause to be published in the Police Manual a list of duties to which this subsection applies.

(3) A financial statement is to include details of –

(a) assets and liabilities; and

(b) income and expenditure.

(4) The Commissioner is to ensure that a financial statement provided under subsection (1) or (2) –

(a) is only used for the purposes of this Act; and

(b) is kept confidential, secure and in accordance with directions issued by the Commissioner.

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