Retired Cop’s Unsettled Pension: Wife Appeals for Government Assistance

Retired Cop’s Unsettled Pension: Wife Appeals for Government Assistance

The wife of retired cop Coleen Banks is appealing to the government to assist in getting his unsettled pension and gratuity. Banks, who served in the force as a special constable for 22 years, has not received any funds for his services for the past 11 months. Love News spoke to his wife, Jaqueline Banks, who says her husband is not begging for money but simply asking for what he is rightfully owed.

Banks says her husband recently became ill and the money from the settlement is much needed to get him adequate treatment.

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