Continuing to serve the public, who remains at the forefront of our minds, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is refocusing its operations so that all Jamaicans understand that we are a Force for Good that operates within the rule of law, with respect for all citizens, with one aim—to keep them safe. This Police week, we take this message to our stakeholders and communities as we update them on how we are changing to keep them safe. A rapid modernisation is unfolding, led by the introduction of new technologies – from station records management systems to smart terminals in our service vehicles. All of these modernisation projects will ultimately improve efficiency, improve service delivery and ultimately keep Jamaicans safe.


We welcome the input of our communities as we shape the way forward together, so this Police Week, as we celebrate the JCF’s 154th anniversary, through our week of activities we invite members of the public to join us from Monday, November 22 to Sunday, November 28.


On Monday, November 22, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) opens Police week by connecting our fans through our online platforms. We encourage citizens to join in as we share our plan on keeping the nation safe. There will be special anniversary messages from our partners, followed by various prizes and surprises.


The Commissioner of Police, Major General Antony Anderson on Tuesday, November 23 will host the children of our fallen members at special functions, as the Constabulary maintains its commitment to their well-being.


The members of the Constabulary are very dear to the hearts of the stakeholders and as such on Thursday, November 25 the management and staff of the Community Safety and Security Branch (CSSB) will visit and distribute tokens to our retired members across the island. 


Log on to our online platforms at 10:00 a.m. to see which Area 4 Divisions have copped prizes for the Top Division and Stations in the Police Civilian Oversight Authority (PCOA) Transforming Our Police Service (TOPS) Awards Ceremony. Log on to our online platforms at 3:00.p.m, to cheer on our colleagues as they are recognised for long and distinguished service to the Force and the country in the Annual JCF Long Service Awards Ceremony.


In keeping our stakeholders and members dear to our hearts on Friday, November 29, when we will ‘Run a Boat’ at select police stations, take a load off and enjoy a meal in camaraderie with your colleagues.


Our Police Week observation will conclude on Sunday, November 28, in worship. Join us online at 1pm for the Annual Commemorative and Memorial Service, as we celebrate the lives of our colleagues who served us and those who remain in dedicated service to the nation.


 We invite you to join our celebration this week as you continue to help us to keep you safe.