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Police Service Act 2003 (No. 75 of 2003)
|Requested: 6 May 2016|
|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.