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Caribbean Federation of Police writes to Police Association


Posted: Friday, June 14, 2019. 8:45 am CST.

By BBN Staff: The Caribbean Federation of Police Welfare Association (CFPWA) wrote to the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) acknowledging the receipt of the AACP letter dated May 24, 2019.

In the letter, the ACCP noted that it lacks jurisdiction due to concerns raised at a recent imbroglio between the Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams and the President of the Police Association, Cpl. Eldon Arzu.

The CFPWA  responded noting that the letter was never meant for the ACCP to interfere in jurisdiction matters but that the issue is with the performance, development, and training of Commissioners of Police in the region since their leadership directly impacts officers.

In addition, since Belize is a member of the ACCP, the CFPWA believes that Belize should also be included as a member of the CFPWA.

But, the CFPWA maintains its assertion that Compol Williams actions are ‘averse’ to the quality of representation of the now and future performance of the Belize Police Welfare Association.

The CFPWA also chastised the ACCP for being ‘complacent’ in the face of the deteriorating situation affecting the junior ranks of the Belize Police Welfare Association.

Furthermore, the CFPWA informed that it will highlight this ongoing issue in the local, regional and international communities since the protection of human rights surpasses any jurisdiction.



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