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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 17
293 Constables joined the ranks of the Jamaica Constabulary Force following a passing out parade at the National Police College of Jamaica on Friday, Aug 17. These officers are the first to graduate as force motor vehicle drivers, motorcycle drivers and pedal cyclists.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 17
More than 50 detectives who work at CISOCA are part of a 3-day training course put on by and . This is aimed at increasing the expertise of the detectives who deal exclusively with sexual offences and child abuse.
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Hon. Kamina J Smith Aug 17
Excellent work! Thanks for sharing as we steadily increase the number of police as planned.
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NationalWorksAgency Aug 16
Northbound traffic will be diverted from Hagley Park Road at Clunies Ave on to West Road, East Road, Elspeth Avenue or Carpenter Road to facilitate infrastructural improvement works over the next few days. Here's the detour. Apologies for the inconvenience.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 16
Happening now: Commissioner of Police, Major General Antony Anderson, addresses the 97 students who will receive scholarships and bursaries from the Jamaica Police Credit Union.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 16
Happening Now: 97 GSAT students receive scholarships & bursaries valued @ JMD 1.2 million from the Jamaica Police Cooperative Credit Union. The students,who are children of Police officers,were selected from the 5 branches - Kingston, Portmore, Mandeville, St. Mary & Montego Bay
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 15
A good smile has the power to persuade and bring out happy thoughts. Today is a good day to smile 😊.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 14
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 14
Superintendent Glenford Miller engaging HOPE Interns in a Human Rights session at the Constant Spring Police Station this morning.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 14
Assistant Superintendent Gordon Ellison of the CFU engaging HOPE Interns in a Personal Effectiveness session at the Constant Spring Police Station on Monday 13.08.18.
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Senator Ruel Reid Aug 14
Participants in the Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) Programme will be interning with the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) to gain life skills, proper work ethic and discipline.
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National Security JA Aug 14
HOPE Partners with JCF to Provide Opportunities for Unattached Youth
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 14
Sixteen residents from the St. Andrew North Division were selected to be a part of the HOPE (Housing Opportunity Production and Employment) program, initiative of the OPM,where they will work with the Police as customer service agents at various stations for the next few months.
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NationalWorksAgency Aug 13
Vehicles are unable to pass through the section of Constant Spring Road between Dunrobin Ave & Shortwood Rd as the area is impacted by low-hanging service lines. Motorists are being advised to use Central, West, Dukharan and Dunrobin Avenues while the issue is being addressed.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 13
There is a motor vehicle accident on the Mandela Highway's eastbound lane, motorists should expect significant delays. Please use alternative routes.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 12
Sergeant Dean Cover of the Clarendon Division was the center of attention for these two young Jamaicans recently. How many likes and shares can they get?
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 12
Computer Forensics, Mobile Forensics, Video and Audio Forensics, Call Data Analysis, Cell Site Survey and Social Media Forensics are just some of the areas the CFCD specialize in.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 12
The Communication Forensics and Cybercrime Division (CFCD) of the JCF's Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Branch (C-TOC) play an integral role in the use of technology to assist with investigations and land convictions in court.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 12
Replying to @fiahkris
Did you report this incident to the Major Organized Crime & Anti-Corruption Agency or the Inspectorate of Constabulary? We will never condone this behaviour from our officers and apologize for this interaction. Please make a report so that the matter can be fully investigated.
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Jamaica Constabulary Aug 11
" In 2016, there were 14 cash forfeiture orders totalling JMD 76.7 million, in 2017 there were 34 cash forfeiture orders totalling JMD 57.1 million and so far this year there has been several cash forfeiture orders amounting to over JMD 70 million." - Ms. Althea Whyte, FID.
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