Chairman of the Dominica Police Welfare Association Jefferson Drigo has reiterated calls for the matter of rodent infestation to be dealt with by the relevant authorities.
The PWA has registered a number of concerns over the past weeks including matters related to their accommodations, promotions and training.
The administration of the police force has denied that there is a widespread rodent infestation in police work spaces.
Drigo told a press briefing on Thursday the matter remains a concern for the PWA.
“The Police Welfare Association reiterates its call for that matter to be handled properly and effectively by the appropriate and competent health authorities,” he stressed.
He says the Police Welfare Association will continue to advocate for best practices and standards such as seniority and merit as set out in the law.