Dottin still fighting to clear his name
OUSTED COMMISSIONER OF POLICE Darwin Dottin has pledged to continue fighting to clear his name.
His vow comes three years after he was removed from office, following a recommendation from the Police Service Commission (PSC) to Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave that Dottin be “retired in the public interest”.
He was sent on administrative leave on June 17, 2013, after eight years, nine months on the job. He was informed of his removal in a letter dated June 17, 2013, that was signed by PSC chairman Guyson Mayers.
It stated in part: “I write to inform you that His Excellency, Sir Elliot Fitzroy Belgrave, GCMC, KA, Governor General of Barbados, has been advised by the Police Service Commission to exercise the power conferred upon him by Section 11 (1) (a) of the Pensions Act, Cap, 25, and requested that you, in the public interest be retired from the office of Commissioner of Police.”
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