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Ramesar reverses on cops’ extra-duty pay
In an unprecedented move, the president of the Police Social and Welfare Association is throwing his support behind Police Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs. Gibbs put an end to officers being paid extra-duty allowances for working at the Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL) strike camp in Claxton Bay. Sgt Anand Ramesar now agrees that that approach is correct, and went further, calling for officers found moonlighting at TCL to be disciplined. Ramesar met for close to an hour yesterday with several union heads, including Ancel Roget, president general of the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU), and Vincent Cabrera, president of the Banking, Insurance and General Workers’ Union (BIGWU).
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