Police Commissioner, Atlee Rodney during a meeting with the newly elected executive members of the Police Welfare Association, took the opportunity to remind them of the role of the Association and the principles that govern it.
The commissioner also pledged his commitment, and that of his senior administration to work with the new executive in the best interest of the police organization.
The newly elected chairman of the Association, Corporal Marylyn Harris, gave the assurance that the new executive will work along with the police administration and the government to bring about positive and meaningful changes within the police force.
The other members of the executive comprise Sergeant Bernita Lawrence- 1st Vice Chairman, Corporal Sylvester George- 2nd Vice Chairman and treasurer, Constable Julian DeCastro- Assistant Treasurer, Constable Corinthea Nicholas Secretary\Office Administrator and Constable Stefan Jacobs, will be the representative to Barbuda Affairs.
The Police Welfare Association was established within the police force to enable Inspectors, subordinate police officers, and constables to consider and bring to the notice of the Commissioner of Police and the Minister, matters affecting their general welfare and efficiency.