Lighting up the roads: Police ramp up action in pay dispute
Police will be flashing blue and red lights warning drivers of speed traps as the campaign for a better pay deal from the Andrews Government ramps up.
The union is demanding double what’s on offer, saying the 2 per cent is an insult.
Officers are also being given chalk to write messages on patrol cars.
Police union secretary Wayne Gatt says it’s a good time of the year to warn drivers, not book them.
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“One of the things we’ve often talked about is the positive impact of seeing more police on the roads,” he said.
“It’s actually a good time of year to be doing this — maybe not for the government, but certainly for the community.”