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CC | Minister of Justice does not address specific recommendations from the Court of Audit on overtime

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WILLEMSTAD – In response to the overtime report from the General Court of Audit Curaçao, Minister of Justice Shalton Hato does not delve into specific causes and recommendations.

Instead, he emphasizes that steps have already been taken to address the core of the problem: the capacity shortage. In general terms, the minister does acknowledge the structural issues with overtime within the police force.

One of the measures implemented is the establishment of an overtime ceiling for each position within the force. This ceiling is intended to keep overtime within manageable limits and reduce financial burdens. Additionally, the procedure for approving overtime has been tightened, making it clear who is responsible for these approvals.

Furthermore, the force has implemented a new strategy for staffing planning, particularly during events. By accurately determining the necessary staffing in advance, they aim to reduce excessive overtime usage and utilize available resources more efficiently.

These steps are a response to the urgent need to control overtime expenses and improve operational efficiency within the Curaçao Police Force. While the Minister of Justice acknowledges the complexity of the problem, the focus remains on practical solutions to address the challenges highlighted by the General Court of Audit.

Bron: Curacao Chronicle

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