Prime Minister Andrew Holness says his administration remains resolute in dealing with the country’s crime problem.
The Prime Minister’s assurance comes after the brazen killing of four people in Dover District, close to Kitson Town, St. Catherine.
The four were among nine shot by gunmen.
There have been a number of multiple murders in recent days and also a running gun battle between a gun man and police.
An employee of the Jamaica Special Economic Zone Authority was also killed recently.
In a statement, Prime Minister Holness says the Government will continue to build out the intelligence and investigative capabilities.
He’s calling for a united effort in tackling crime.
Pointing to the conviction of Tesha Miller, the Prime Minister Holness says there’s an improvement in the work of the police.
Meanwhile, the Prime Minister says he is grieve with Minister of Culture Olivia Grange and other Jamaicans who’ve lost members of their family to crime.
Two members of Minister Grange’s family were shot in Dover, one fatally.