News & Updates

Missing is Mr. Romain Brown

An Ananda Alert has been activated for 13-year-old Romain Brown of Cypress Hall district in Red Hills, St. Andrew who has been missing since Saturday, December 08.

He is of dark complexion, medium build and is about 152 centimetres (5 feet) tall.

Romain was last seen at home about 7:00 a.m., wearing a white shirt,brown pants and a pair of blue and white sneakers. He has not been heard from since.

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Romain Brown is being asked to contact the Red Hills Police at (876) 945-8270, Police 119 emergency number or the nearest Police Station.

Missing is Ms. Tyania Thomas

An Ananda Alert has been activated for 13-year-old Tyania Thomas, student of Halls Delight, Constitution Hill, St. Andrew who has been missing since Friday, December 07.

She is of brown complexion, slim build and is about 152 centimetres (5 feet 4 inches) tall.

Reports from the Papine Police are that between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., Tyania was last seen at school in her school uniform -  white blouse, blue tunic and a pair of black shoes and socks. She has not been heard from since.

Statement on Police Constable's Conviction

November 20, 2018- The Office of the Commissioner of Police appreciates the interest of members of the media and other groups in having a comment on a recent court case involving a police officer.

We wish to state that persons who carry out illegal acts whether they are police officers or not should face the courts. 

In the current case, the accused was convicted based on his own evidence.

Taxi Operators Warned

November 21, 2018- The Police are cautioning taxi operators who have been protesting amendments to the Road Traffic Bill to desist from blocking roadways, and threatening and intimidating other road users.

It has been noted that the protestors, who have staged demonstrations across the island over the past three days, have used their vehicles to block roadways, prevent other road users from going about their lawful business and, in some instances, have disallowed commuters from accessing other modes of transportation.

Bahamian National Arrested for Breaches of the Dangerous Drugs Act

Detectives attached to the Narcotics Division arrested a Bahamian man at the Norman Manley International Airport on Friday, May 20, 2016.

He has been identified as 52-year-old Burlin Mitchell Starr of South Beach, Nassau, Bahamas.

Reports are that about 9:00 a.m., officers were conducting security checks in the departure hall on outgoing passengers checking-in to board a flight destined for Nassau. During the process, three rectangular shaped parcels, wrapped in masking tape —which aroused the cops’ suspicion—were found.

Police Ask for Help

Investigators attached to the Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) are probing the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of a man who is believed to have been murdered. He is 31-year-old Jermaine Damien Edwards of Portsmouth, Portmore in St. Catherine who was reported missing on Thursday, November 26.

One man from the Shortwood Area of St. Andrew has since been taken into custody; hence the police are seeking the public’s assistance in furthering their investigations.

JCF Tender Invitation for Supply of Desktop Computers and Printers

Jamaica Constabulary Force

The Jamaica Constabulary Force invites tenders from suitably qualified suppliers to supply Desktop Computers and Printers to  the   Jamaica Constabulary Force as outlined below:

 

GOODS REQUIRED

90 DESKTOP COMPUTERS

40 PRINTERS

JCF/016/03/17

 

 

JCF Tender Invitation for Supply of Uniforms

Jamaica Constabulary Force

invites tenders from suitably qualified Uniform Manufacturer/Suppliers to supply Uniforms for the Jamaica Constabulary Force as outlined below:

 

Goods Required

30,000 pieces of assorted Shirts/Blouse and 20,000 pieces of assorted Pants/Skirts

JCF-RFP-SOU/016/03/0006

 

 

 

Eligibility for Bid Submission:

 

SSP TRAFFIC REPORTS: “ WE REMAIN COMMITTED TO KEEPING OUR ROAD USERS SAFE”

The Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Traffic Headquarters has been kept busy for the period of January-February 2016. The head of the division Senior Superintendent Calvin Allen reports that, “We (JCF) remain committed to the task of keeping our nation’s road users safe and also aid in any and every way to reduce road fatalities by ensuring that our streets are properly policed.”

OFFICERS IN ST. MARY DIVISION AWARDED

Officers in the St. Mary Division were awarded for their outstanding performances during an Awards Banquet in Robins Bay, St. Mary on Saturday, March 12.

The event was hosted by Superintendent incharge of the division, Stephanie Lindsay.

Commissioner of Police, Dr. Carl Williams and other senior officers were in attendance along with the awardees and their families.

Superintendent Lindsey hopes that this initiative will boost the moral of members within the division as she plans to make it an annual event.

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