Reliable sources have indicated that The Caribbean Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) 3-man team investigating the conduct of suspended Police Commissioner Wendell Robinson, was said to have completed its investigation.
According to sources, the team, invited by acting Commissioner of Police Atlee Rodney arrived on the island in early August 2018 and was sworn in as Special Constables.
They were selected from Barbados, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago, with the highest ranking officer being Superintendent.
Following receipt of several complaints by the Police Service Commission (PSC) from three junior male officers of unwanted sexual advances, the ‘PSC’ suspended Robinson on April 5, 2018.
Then Deputy Commissioner Atlee Rodney was appointed to act as Commissioner and ironically, charged with the investigation.
It is reported that the investigative team was said to have prepared disciplinary charges of ‘Discreditable Conduct’ against Robinson who would be summoned before the ‘PSC’ for disciplinary hearings.
Meanwhile, Robinson was said to be off island.
Antigua Chronicle contacted PSC Chairman, Mr. Kelvin John to confirm, however he declined to comment on the matter.