Cops Strengthening Global Partnerships to End Drug Trade

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Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of Operations, Glenmore Hines, says the Jamaica Constabulary Force will be strengthening partnerships with a number of regional and overseas law enforcement agencies.

DCP Hines says this is in an effort to dismantle the Drugs for Guns Trade.

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DCP Hines says despite the success of the Get-the-Guns-Campaign, the police are still concerned about the number of illegal firearms in the hands of criminals.

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Meanwhile, DCP Hines says for the next phase of the campaign, the police will be intensifying its search operations.

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DCP Hines was addressing a press conference in St. James yesterday at the Freeport police station.

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