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National Security still negotiating terms with Gary

Thursday, August 9, 2018

The National Security Ministry is still negotiating terms and conditions with incoming Police Commissioner Gary Griffith.

However, in a release yesterday the ministry said such negotiations will be settled before the new CoP assumes office.

The ministry, which is tasked with the responsibility of negotiating the contractual terms and conditions with Griffith, said the process was being treated as a priority.

“The Commissioner of Police’s terms and conditions will be settled before he assumes office. Mr Stephen Williams continues to be the acting Commissioner of Police and is expected to go on vacation leave from August 17 to 30.”

The ministry promised to apprise the public of any new development.


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