New Lower Standards Show That Government Doesn’t Really Value Policing
No Matter What The Governments Says – Look At What They Do!
Maybe we should forget about those shiny new flyovers and pay the police enough to attract and keep our brightest, most dedicated, career-oriented young men and women? Don’t we want to hire the best people we can to protect our families and enforce the laws of our society?
Nah… let’s just lower the standards so we can hire lower-qualified people. The kind of people that we never would have trusted before with a police officer’s authority. Yes, let’s hire people who aren’t educated enough to compete in the real world employment market.
Now that’s a plan!
More Police Needed
Government has taken steps to shore up the numbers in the Royal Barbados Police Force as it copes with a negative response to its ongoing recruitment drive.
Attorney General Dale Marshall went to Parliament today with a bill to change the qualification requirements for special constables who don’t meet the minimum qualifications to enter the force.
It’s called the Police Amendment Bill 2007.
… read the original article online at CBC (link here)
Also see BFP’s Barbados Police Officers Heading Elsewhere