Police staffer charged under anti-corruption law

A civilian staffer within the Royal Cayman Islands police service is on paid leave after corruption charges were filed against her.

Royal Cayman Islands Police confirmed Friday that the woman was arrested following an investigation by the police Anti-Corruption Unit. 

The probe was related to allegations of misuse of confidential police data systems, according to an RCIPS spokesperson. 

The woman, who was not named by police, was charged Friday with two counts of abuse of public office and two charges of misconduct in a public office.

She’s due to appear in court Tuesday, 8 November.

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