CCAC detects a case of alleged document forgery committed by a sergeant of Public Security Police Force


The CCAC has detected a case of forgery of attendance record allegedly committed by a sergeant of the Public Security Police Force (CPSP), constituting document forgery under the Penal Code. Offender of such crime shall be liable to an imprisonment of up to three years. The case has been referred to the Public Prosecutions Office. It is found that between 2010 and 2014, the sergeant always went to work late and left early, left his duty for over two hours when on duty, or even left the territory for personal matters during normal or additional duty hours. To conceal the situation, the sergeant forged his attendance record by filling in untrue attendance time on the time sheet in an attempt to make his superior believe that he had carried out his duty based on the designated schedule and avoid bearing relevant disciplinary responsibilities and losing additional allowance. The CCAC has already reported the case to the CPSP so that the latter will adopt appropriate follow-up measures and improve the attendance management and monitoring mechanism to plug the loopholes as soon as possible.



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