Deputy Police Commissioner Admits JCF Routinely Transfers Suspected Corrupt Cops

A high-ranking member of Jamaica’s police force is admitting that the Constabulary has engaged in the practice of transferring cops suspected of corruption when arrests aren’t forthcoming.

Head of Strategic Operations in the Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Clifford Blake, says, going forward, the Force will be more aggressive in nabbing its members involved in corruption.

DCP Blake says cops implicated in corruption are often transferred as an administrative solution.

DCP Blake says greater use of technology and the deployment of highly-trained police personnel, will assist in investigating corrupt cops.