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PBA TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE

The Police Benevolent Association will hold a press conference Thursday afternoon to discuss new concerns about the Turnbull administration.
Union president Elroy Raymo declined to specify what those concerns are.
However, it is reported that the on-again, off-again relocation of police operations to the Criminal Justice Complex have annoyed officers and the union leadership.
Raymo also called an emergency meeting for PBA members at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Palms Court Harborview Hotel. He encouraged all police officers represented by the union to attend.
"We have a myriad of problems to discuss," he said.
The press conference is set for 3 p.m. Thursday at the Richard Callwood Command on Norre Gade.

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The Police Benevolent Association will hold a press conference Thursday afternoon to discuss new concerns about the Turnbull administration.
Union president Elroy Raymo declined to specify what those concerns are.
However, it is reported that the on-again, off-again relocation of police operations to the Criminal Justice Complex have annoyed officers and the union leadership.
Raymo also called an emergency meeting for PBA members at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Palms Court Harborview Hotel. He encouraged all police officers represented by the union to attend.
"We have a myriad of problems to discuss," he said.
The press conference is set for 3 p.m. Thursday at the Richard Callwood Command on Norre Gade.