In a significant development for law enforcement in Jamaica, 257 newly trained police constables officially joined the ranks of the Jamaica Constabulary Force during a Passing-Out Parade held at the National Police College of Jamaica (NPCJ) on Friday morning.
Director of NPCJ, Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP Aaron Fletcher, highlighted the importance of this new influx of officers, stating that they come at a crucial time when the force is striving to enhance its services to the public.
National Security Minister Dr. Horace Chang emphasised the role that this new cohort of policemen and women will play in advancing the digital transformation of the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
This transformation will likely bring about more efficient and effective policing methods, harnessing technology to combat crime and improve public safety.
Furthermore, Minister Chang announced the government’s commitment to bolster the operational fleet of the Constabulary.
By the end of 2026, the government aims to ensure that the force has 1,600 vehicles at its disposal.
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