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Retention-Bonus Checks Ready for Retired Police Officers

Oct. 13, 2008 — If you are a retired police officer and are due a past retention bonus, your check is ready to be picked up at the Human Resources Department in both districts.
"The department has fulfilled the promise of past administrations and paid retention bonuses to officers that have been owed since 1981," said Police Commissioner James H. McCall in a new release from the V.I. Police Department. "All presently employed officers received this bonus; however, payment to some retirees was delayed as Human Resources researched the names of all retirees that were owed the money. Most of those checks have been delivered to the retired officers; however, some have not."
The total payout is more than a half-million dollars, and more than 50 checks or direct deposit stubs have not been collected by retired officers, McCall said.
If you are one of the retired officers who has not received your check yet, you can call the commissioner's office. Here are the retired officers whose checks have not been picked up:
Alvin Wesselhoft
Leopold Benjamin
Dorian Foster
Joseph Bukle
Patrick Rivera
Elvin Fahie
Dexter Thomas
Cecil Jones
Virginia Gerard
Recaldo Dessout
Carol Cuffy
Earl Rogers
Allen Lans
Patrick Robinson
Shawn Perez
Marjorie Wheatley
Gloria Frett
Annette Robles
Edouard Richardson Sr.
George Francis
Kevin Vanterpool
Christopher Gilkes
Clarence Hansby
Andrea McGuire
Lutia Durant
Kelvin Hodge
Jasmine C. Milliner
Cherese Thomas
Denise Suarez
Desiree Marchall
Marvin A. Joseph
Thomas Olive
Curt Lake
Lorraine Sprauve
Shelby Potter
Sue McCoyDore
Rafael Cintron
Steven Shore
Alvin Corbett
Edith Blyden
Herbert Rurnbeau
Bernadette Hodge
Carlyle Penn
Annette Raimer
Melvin Boynes
Joseph Melendez
Alpha Harris
Mona Pickering
Michelle Eusebe
Dale A.H. Meyers
Denise White
Thomas Villanueva
Jacqueline Cillis
Jacklyn St. Cyr
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