POLICE prosecutors turned up in court on Wednesday in their uniforms and with case files after their office doors were unlocked on Tuesday afternoon.
They were locked out of their office on Monday due to rental dues which was actually due at the end of this month.
The landlord however, locked them out until the first quarter of $195,000 was finally paid.
Acting Director of Police Prosecutions, Rodney Wheatney confirmed their office was re-opened.
They are happy to be back to work.
Mr Wheatney thanked magistrates for their understanding and other stakeholders that were affected, including the Public Solicitor’s Office, the courts, private legal firms, accused and court users.
He said this is a situation that is beyond their control.
The Police Prosecutions office has been renting offices for more than 10 years now.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN