$50m annual bill to pay 300 suspended cops
Posted: Tuesday, May 19, 2020
$50m annual bill to pay 300 suspended cops
This problem, according to Griffith must be tackled head-on, "It is unfair to the police service because it gives the impression that I have 300 officers that are not there and it's also unfair to many of the officers who may have been on suspension for over a decade for a situation that they should have been on suspension for a few months, that is unfair to everyone."
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