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The Police Welfare Association, through the voice of its President, Camron Laure, has expressed dissatisfaction with Police Commissioner Crusita Pelius, citing a lack of engagement. Laure claims that despite assurances, the commissioner has not held monthly meetings with the association, leading to pending issues related to promotions and working conditions. This alleged neglect is causing growing discontent among officers, negatively impacting morale and hindering their ability to address law enforcement challenges. Laure deems the situation untenable, calling for immediate action to address the issue.
“We think the commissioner is too busy” Laure said. “There are so many issues that we’re dealing and we have deal with and the Commissioner is key in dealing with some these issues or most the issues that we fact.”
Laure has urged the commissioner to make herself more available to the members of the force. He has advised her to close the growing divide between the leadership of the Royal St Lucia Police Force and the officers who risk their lives daily to uphold law and order.
“We’re supposed to be having month meetings and we’ve only managed one and that is not satisfactory for the welfare association. So, were asking that form now forward that we ask Commissioner [makes] herself more available” he added.

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Quinn St. Juste

Quinn St. Juste is a young journalist, with a background in Tourism Management. He has a passion for social and commerce related topics.

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