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Consider this decision on police numbers

Dear Sir,

Before the Commissioner of Police terminates the contracts of able-bodied police officers, maybe the visiting retired superintendent from Britain could recommend that those police officers who have been on extended sick leave be brought before a medical review board, with the possibility of retiring them on a disability pension, therefore allowing some of the able-bodied officers to remain on the force.


Protecting us: by retiring some officers who are on extended sick leave, with the possibility of a disability pension, it would allow on a few more able-bodied officers to remain in the service, suggests a reader

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Published December 15, 2015 at 8:00 am (Updated December 15, 2015 at 2:04 am)

Consider this decision on police numbers

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