Police sergeant Philbert Bertrand, who was suspended from active duty from the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force (CDPF), is expected to resume duties today.
The suspensions were made known in a letter dated October 23, 2012 signed by E. Ferrol, secretary of the Public Service Commission (PSC).
Bertrand was suspended by the PSC following allegations that he may have been involved with drug traffickers and illicit gun activities.
However, he was cleared of all charges by an investigation conducted by Inspector Cuffy M.
“All I can say to you is that he has been called via the phone to report to duties by the chief…and it will be this week,” a source told DNO.
According to the source, police chief Daniel Carbon called Bertrand and told him that he had received a letter from the Police Service Commission (PSC) requesting that “Bertrand return back to work on July 22, 2013.”