The Law Enforcement Torch Run® is the premier avenue for fundraising and public awareness for Special Olympics. Special Olympics cater to athletes who are intellectually challenged by giving them an opportunity to participate in several sporting disciplines. Special Olympics bear the motto "Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt"


The Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse will be closing its investigators training cpurse on the eve of Emancipation Day 2015. The Honourable Lisa Hanna, Member of Parliament and Minister of Youth and Culture will be the Guest Speaker.

In attendance will be members of the Police High Command as well as family and friends of the 12 graduands.


Police Week 2015 continues on Monday, November 23, 2015 with two live outside broadcasts at the office of the Commissioner of Police, 101 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6. For the early risers, the first of the two wil be aired during Fresh Start on Newstalk 93FM beginning at 6:00 a.m. For the late risers, tune in to Hotline on RJR94FM at 10:00 a.m.


Corruption is a complex social, political and economic phenomenon that affects all countries. Corruption undermines democratic institutions, slows economic development and contributes to governmental instability. Corruption attacks the foundation of democratic institutions by distorting electoral processes, perverting the rule of law and creating bureaucratic quagmires whose only reason for existing is the soliciting of bribes.


Reigning Lasco/Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Police Officer of the Year, Detective Sergeant Ava Lindo, will culminate her active year as top cop by spearheading a blood drive dubbed a ‘Drop of Love’ at the Police Officers’ Club on March 11.

“I have a rare blood type, so I know the importance of giving blood,” said Lindo. “Plus, I recognise the acute shortage of blood currently faced by the Blood Bank (National Blood Transfusion Service Jamaica) and wanted to give back.”

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