PRESS RELEASE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Welfare Association stands in solidarity with St. Vincent Police Welfare Association

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PRESS RELEASE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Welfare Association stands in solidarity with St. Vincent Police Welfare Association

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Welfare Association (RSLPWA) stands in solidarity with the Police Welfare Association of The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force in relation to a matter which resulted in three (3) executive members of the said association being transferred.

The RSLPWA respects the authority of the hierarchy of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force however condemns the action taken which appears to be an abuse of authority and lack of appreciation to the agenda of police welfare.

The RSLPWA extends unwavering support and strength to the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Welfare Association and urges the association to stand steadfast in their commitment of providing professional service to its members.

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  1. That is kind of strange, we treating our own as dirt and you"ll standing in solidarity with another. oh boy. There are so many issues pending right here, work on them, ensure the men and women are well taken car of. And then you'll can open up yoo'll mouths for someone else.

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  2. Ki fork sa. You'll eh doing nothing for you'll own officers down here. You'll want to stand in solidarity. Check for you'll own first. Stations in deplorable conditions, you'll eh doing shit to to help. You'll deh just like the politicians.

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  3. For if we are faithful to the end, trusting God just as firmly as when we first believed, we will share in all that belongs to Christ.

    – Hebrews 3: 14

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