Several members of the Durham Regional Police force have successfully complained about what they call corrupt practices employed by high-ranking officers. Their allegations, still unspecified, extend to Chief Paul Martin. Late Friday it was revealed that the government has imposed “an administrator” on the DPRS. He is retired Toronto Police Deputy Chief Mike Federico. Marion Isabeau Ringuette, the solicitor general’s press secretary, confirmed that an administrator has been appointed but noted that “no one has been relieved of their duties.” “Concerns were brought to the attention of the solicitor general regarding the Durham Regional Police Service and Durham Regional Police Services Board. As a result, the solicitor general requested that the Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC) investigate these allegations,” the statement read.