The Police Social and Welfare Association will meet with the Chief Personnel Officer today, to once again address salary issues for police officers.
Thus far there have been no agreements with respects to wage increases for the officers.
A statement from the National Security Ministry yesterday explained that National Security Minister Brig General Carl Alfonso will meet with the Police Service Association today, subsequent to a meeting scheduled to take place between the Association and the Chief Personnel Officer.
Yesterday thousands of commuters were stranded after being stuck in crippling traffic across Trinidad and Tobago as police engaged in a day of ‘total policing’.
Many businesses and schools were adversely affected as persons were unable to get to their destinations.
In an interview with News Power Now this morning Vice President of the Police Social and Welfare Association Michael Seales revealed that they were not opposed to a meeting with the National Security Minister.
However he disclosed that the main concern was their meeting with the CPO today.
Vice President of the Police Social and Welfare Association Michael Seales.
Reporter and Writer: Avril St. Hill-Babb