RESULTS of the new assessment examinations will not be used for promotion to and within the First Division of the Police Service until the hearing and determination of a lawsuit brought by the Police Social and Welfare Association.
In a statement yesterday, Police Commissioner Trevor Paul said he wanted a correction to media reports that he had decided not to use the results for promotions.
On Monday, at least 117 First Division officers sought an injunction preventing yesterday’s and today’s examinations from taking place.
It was agreed that the examinations would take place but Paul, who was present in court on Monday, gave the assurance that none of them would be promoted based on the two-day assessment process until their lawsuit was determined.
A hearing for leave to apply for judicial review is expected on Friday.
After the case was heard on Monday, Commissioner Paul declined to speak to the media, instead directing all questions to the attorneys in the case which was heard in private before Justice Judith Jones.
The policemen said the assessment process was unfair, since they had not been given sufficient time to prepare.
Arent these fockers suppose to be police officers who are already in the Force and writing this exam for promotion?
What they think the exam is all about agri fockin culture, banking, insurance, maufacturing? Is about the same fockin poiice work they doin. But these niggas who get in the force because of family relations and PNM appointments doh want to write no fockin exam, because they over dotish. That is why we have so much problems in the country today. We paying for the fockery that went on during the Eric Williams era.
Niggas and education dont mix. Is like fockin oil and water.