JCF officers vow to be relentless in duty despite criminal attacks
The Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF has again emphasized that officers will not relent in their duty to protect law abiding citizens as well as themselves from criminal attacks.
This follows several recent attacks on members of the JCF, some of which have been fatal.
In the latest incident this morning (February 25), a police officer was among 6 people shot and wounded in Palmers Cross, Clarendon.
Hours earlier, a Police Constable was shot and wounded while on patrol in Greenwich Town, St. Andrew.
Both cops are being treated at hospital.
Head of the Constabulary’s Communications Unit, Senior Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay has condemned the attacks.
SSP Lindsay is reminding lawmen to always be vigilant.