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Tuesday May 14, 2013 Glenroy Sinclair, Assignment Coordinator Though the country's homicide rate took a nosedive last week, the Jamaica Constabulary Force's (JCF) weekly Serious Crime Review is suggesting that an average of two persons have been
Being probed for incident with 15-y-o Rasbert Turner, Star Writer Two members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force are now in custody on suspicion of having sex with a person below the age of 16. The two constables, who are stationed in the St Catherine
The latest attack on the JCF has left a 15-year veteran of the force dead after gunmen reportedly invaded a premises at White Avenue in the Effortville district of May Pen, Clarendon, and shot the policeman several times. Constable Michael Townsend
Jamaica (AP) Police in Jamaica are investigating the killing of a police constable in a high-crime area in the southern part of the Caribbean island. The high command of the Jamaica Constabulary Force says Constable Michael Townsend was slain Sunday
According to a release from the Jamaica Constabulary Force, it has been reported that Williams negotiated with farmers in Rowland's field during the period to purchase a variety of agricultural produce from them at agreed prices. "As per agreement,
Rasbert Turner, Star Writer A St Catherine man who allegedly tried to bribe members of the Island Special Constabulary Force is now facing bribery charges. He is Sheldon Brown, 30-year-old labourer of Time and Patience district in St Catherine.
This disclosure by Assistant Commissioner of Police Delworth Heath came yesterday hours after the latest jailbreak at the Spanish Town police lock-up in St Catherine. Heath, who heads the Jamaica Constabulary Force's (JCF) quality-control arm, the
The usually quiet section of the community is literally in walking distance from the police station, but that did not deter gunmen from taking the life of Detective Sergeant Courtnie Simpson. The lawman had served the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF)
Contributed Although it is the smallest division within the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Kingston Western is one of the toughest places to police, and that pressure takes a tremendous toll mentally, emotionally, and physically on the officers. "
No longer can the average police officer be trained to function exclusively in the local environment. He must be prepared to deal with cross-border and cyber-criminal activities as well as be prepared to work with regional and international law-