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Barbados: Cops Still Hoping for CCJ Hearing

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(Barbados Today) Efforts by 14 police officers to bring closure to a nine-year-old disputed promotions case have been stalled.

The officers, who maintain that the then Police Services Commission (PSC) unilaterally removed their names from a promotions list submitted by now retired Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin, want the local Court of Appeal to permit them to take their case to the Trinidad and Tobago-headquartered Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) – this country’s final appellate tribunal.

Having so far lost their legal challenges to the PSC’s action at the level of the High Court and local Appeals panel, the officers’ lead attorney Ralph Thorne, Q.C. in association with Harlow Broomes, appeared before the same Court of Appeal today this time on an application for leave to put the case before the CCJ.

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