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Shocked reaction to low police wages

Wednesday 10 May 2017 | Written by Richard Moore | Published in Local

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Shocked reaction to low police wages
New recruits begin on $12,000 a year and will rise to $14,000 as a police constable. 17050515

Commissioner Maara Tetava last week told the Parliament Public Accounts Committee that low police salaries could be among the reasons for the high number of officers leaving the service.

Commissioner Maara Tetava last week told the Parliament Public Accounts Committee that low police salaries could be among the reasons for the high number of officers leaving the service.


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