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Cops firm on wage demands

Monday, January 31, 2005

The Jamaica Police Federation is demanding a 47 per cent pay increase and are standing firm by their request.
The government had earlier suggested that the cops take a three per cent salary increase in keeping with the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between public sector workers and the Government.
Police flatly rejected the offer, saying they were not signatory to the MOU and were therefore not bound to honor it.

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By crorkz matz @ New York
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Me Nuh Know Bout Dat Still.....
Mi is a J'can living in Canada still and mi can tell yu seh me have nuff bredden inna de force still and nuh all a dem bad.....just bout like 97 percent a dem. J'can policemen are notorious fi de five finga discount dem....and mi nuh blame dem, if yu di H-EVA see de money weh dem a wuk fa, fi go deal wid di ole piece-a cruff dem whe out a road, de same piece a cruff dem whe trigger happy and shoot first and gwaan step ova fi yu dead woulda ask fi increase too (47 percent kinda steep do'h...). But mi haffi seh, de J'can police force need a REVIVAL TO BACKFOOT!
By clueless @ Canada, ON
Tuesday, February 15, 2005

P.S one a the time i only got out of spanish town police station because i let him take my mobile phone but really i had no choice(phone or prison Oval)--Not really much of a choice is it-mi phone was gone and so was the good memories of jamaica...................
By wu{wesley} @ Notts,England
Wednesday, February 9, 2005

babylon want more?
maybe if them get some more money...them would stop with there 5 finger discounts..from peoples pockets???? hmmm nah...them still ah rob N steal...but not all of them rusty UP n bad..just the lot of them..haha.1
By raggabenz @ canada
Sunday, February 6, 2005

hell no fire them fuckers
that's bull shit they should rehire the whole fucking force they"re all a buch of muderers
By donald grant @ pa
Friday, February 4, 2005

They need the increase in what Jamaica is most famous for. I live in the Bahamas and I have heard a number of sad stories involving the police get gundown. I am about to finsh high school in four months and I am going to join the
Royal Bahamas Police Force and I am only doing my job which is to inforce the law and not take advantage of it, but the jamacains are not at all cooperative in dealing with matters to help the police solve the cases. The Jamaican police go through much more situations and for what they are get pay is not worth it. So I think the they should get the increase because they go through a lot and they work hard for it. I thank you for taking the time to read this and I wish Jamaica the Best in this situation.
By Apollo Butler @ Bahamas
Tuesday, February 1, 2005

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