A production of the Press Office of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force.
Section 311 of the Criminal Code of St. Lucia 2008: CAUSING DISAFFECTION IN POLICE FORCE 311. CAUSING DISAFFECTION IN POLICE FORCE (1) A person who—
(a) causes, or attempts to cause, or does any act calculated to cause disaffection amongst the members of the Police Force;
(b) induces, or attempts to induce, or does any act calculated to induce any member of the Police Force to withhold his or her services or to commit breaches of discipline, is liable on conviction on indictment to imprisonment not exceeding 5 years, or on summary conviction, to imprisonment not exceeding 2 years, or to a fine not exceeding $10,000, or to both such imprisonment and fine. (2) Subject to subsection (3), where a person convicted under subsection (2) is a member of the Police Force, he or she shall forfeit all pension rights and shall be disqualified from
being a member of the Police Force. (3) Cabinet may review the order of forfeiture made under subsection (2) and may either confirm the order or grant such relief as it thinks fit. Note: Disaffection means a state or feeling of being dissatisfied with the people in authority and no longer willing to support them. E.G. “there is growing disaffection with large corporations.”
Synonyms: dissatisfaction, disgruntlement, discontent, restlessness, frustration.
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