The previous GWU police union boss Sandro Camilleri will head the anti-money laundering unit throughout the police’s Monetary Crime Investigation Division (FCID).
Camilleri, 46, will function superintendent, investigating main cash laundering instances.
The previous CID officer beforehand led the police’s prosecution unit, and was the primary president of the Police Officers Union, affiliated with the Common Employees’ Union.
Camilleri replaces Frank Tabone, at present out on lengthy depart after signalling his intention to retire from the drive to pursue a authorized profession.
The FCID changed the previous financial crimes unit, as soon as headed by suspended Assistant Police Commissioner Ian Abdilla. Assistant commissioner Alexandra Mamo was appointed to move the brand new FCID.
In 2020, Camilleri had been amongst eight candidates vying for the place of police commissioner.
Previous to his new FCID posting, Superintendent Camilleri was chargeable for the Sliema and Ħamrun districts. He was additionally chargeable for policing Malta’s soccer stadiums. He holds a grasp’s diploma in enterprise administration.