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Meeting to discuss $$ for fallen officers
By ANDRE BAGOO Thursday, September 5 2013
A MEETING of the Protective Services Compensation Committee (PSCC) — the statutory body charged with paying compensation to injured officers and their families —has been convened for next week Thursday to consider a proposal to raise the ceiling on sums payable by 66 percent.
Chairman of the committee attorney Keith Scotland, yesterday confirmed the committee will consider a proposal to increase the maximum compensation payable from three years full salary to five years full salary. The reform would affect members of the: Police Service; the Fire Service and the Prisons Service. “This reform would be in line with our overall reform objectives in relation to the issue and we will next week formally deliberate on this and other suggested amendments to our governing legislation,” Scotland told Newsday yesterday.
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