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Training of Traffic Wardens begins
By NEWSDAY STAFF Friday, February 11 2011
THE country’s first set of traffic wardens have been told they must be prepared to work at all hours of the day, to ensure motorists obey the law. “Law enforcement must begin with you, the traffic wardens on our roads, streets and highways. I want to see you dealing with illegal parking and illegal over-taking.
“At 3.30 am on the Priority Bus Route (PBR) there is no traffic and drivers are still illegally overtaking. It is frightening because this is the norm; therefore you must bear in mind that you may have unusual hours. You must wean yourself from the culture of working teaching hours, 8 am to 4 pm. You are not teachers,” Minister of Works and Transport Jack Warner said as he advised 87 men and women as they began their first day of traffic warden training on Wednesday.
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