The Anti-Corruption Commission has charged a staff member at the Department of Public Prosecutions with breach of trust.
Evita Dixon, 38, of Prospect, was formally charged with one count of breach of trust on Tuesday, 14 April, according to an ACC statement issued on Friday. She was first arrested on 3 Oct., 2019, the commission stated.
Dixon is employed as a legal executive officer/human resources assistant, according to the DPP’s website.
“The events underpinning this charge were very quickly discovered, and the matter was immediately referred to the Anti-Corruption Commission,” Patrick Moran, the director of public prosecutions, told the Cayman Compass. “There is nothing to suggest that this was anything other than an isolated incident which had no effect on any of our ongoing casework.”
Moran said Dixon remains on “required leave pending the resolution of this matter”.
Neither the ACC nor the DPP provided any specific details about the circumstances leading to the arrest and subsequent charge of Dixon.
She has been bailed to appear in Summary Court on 26 May.