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33 months jail for $240,000 Police theft

Friday 2 September 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Court, National

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33 months jail for $240,000 Police theft
Cook Islands High Court. Photo: Sian Solomon/21110511

A former finance administrator of the Cook Islands Police service has been sentenced to 33 months’ (two years and nine months) imprisonment and ordered to pay $25,000 in reparations for an “unprecedented” defrauding of the police of $240,000 over a nearly four-year period.

A former finance administrator of the Cook Islands Police service has been sentenced to 33 months’ (two years and nine months) imprisonment and ordered to pay $25,000 in reparations for an “unprecedented” defrauding of the police of $240,000 over a nearly four-year period.


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