A well known member of the Royal Police Force is calling on the law enforcement agency to provide counselling for the alleged victims who made claims of impropriety against Commissioner of Police, Wendel Robinson.
Officer Ray John told state media the officers are a priority and the police force has a duty to “take care of them”.
“They need to call them in, counsel them, find out who else, who other persons, because they might be other persons out there that we don’t know of,” he said.
John believes other officers may have had similar experiences but were afraid to come forward.
The Police Service Commission suspended Robinson on Thursday after noting the complaints made against him were “inimical to the discipline and morale within the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda”.
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