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Operational officers put in for 3% pay rise despite pay freeze

Pay negotiators have pointed out that successive governments have ignored recommendations made by the independent pay review body.

Operational officers put in for 3% pay rise despite pay freeze

Date - 29th January 2021
By - Chris Smith
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The joint submission by the Police Federation and Superintendents’ Association to the Police Remuneration Review Body (PRRB) said a 3% rise should be in recognition of the incredible efforts made by police officers during the COVID-19...
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