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PM’s Office Congratulates PWA On Successful Police Advocacy

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The Office of the Prime Minister wishes to congratulate the Police Welfare Association on their advocacy on behalf of the members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF), including the successful negotiating of back pay and other benefits which are being honoured by the Government of Saint Lucia.

The RSLPF has been a strategic partner in the security and development of this country and the Government will continue to support the association and its officers in addressing some of the longstanding issues within the police force.

The Prime Minister and the Cabinet of Ministers remain committed to serving the needs of police officers to carry out their duties to the citizens and the country.

The Government of Saint Lucia takes this opportunity to thank the Police Welfare Association and the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force for working with Government and them and their families a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister. Headline stock photo courtesy Scott Graham (Unsplash.com)

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