Former Police Commissioner, Ausbert Regis, noting that the Director of Public Prosecutions, DPP, Victoria Charles-Clarke, has been silent on the matter, has called for a resolution of the issues relating to Operation Restore Confidence during which Police were accused of extra-judicial killings.
The allegations prompted the IMPACS report based on an investigation into the killings.
Regis has noted that since the report, Prime Minister Doctor Kenny Anthony has submitted the document to the DPP.
“The DPP is very silent on the issue and that’s that,” he noted yesterday while a guest on the Radio Saint Lucia programme – Ninety Minutes.
The former Police Chief asserted that in spite of all of the challenges faced by the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force, Police Officers are still rising to the occasion.
“This thing is hanging over and affecting everybody,” Regis asserted, adding that all Police Officers want is for who needs to be held accountable to be held accountable so that the rest of the members of the force can move forward and serve this country.
“ The Prime Minister has indicated that the report has been handed to the DPP; the DPP has said nothing on the matter, so everything else you and I can say on the matter would be speculative,” Regis, who is also a former National Security Advisor said.