Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Keisha Prince has been appointed as the Acting Director of Corruption Prosecution of the Integrity Commission. Miss Prince received her Instrument of Appointment from Governor-General Sir Patrick Allen in a brief ceremony at King’s House this morning.
Miss Prince, who has been seconded to the Commission for six months effective December 2, 2019, replaces former Contractor General Dirk Harrison who retired as Acting Commissioner in August this year.
Other members of the Integrity Commission are Chairman, the Hon Mr Justice (Ret’d) Seymour Panton, the Hon Mr Justice (Ret’d) Lloyd Hibbert, Mrs Pamela Monroe, Auditor General, Mr Eric Crawford, former Contractor General, Dr Derrick McKoy, and Col Daniel Pryce, Executive Director.
The Integrity Commission was appointed on February 26, 2018 under the new Integrity Commission Act of which was passed by the House of Representatives in 2017.