JCF Spends Millions to Help Treat Cops Injured on Duty

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Commissioner Anderson, says some $25-million has been spent to treat 180 policemen and women injured in the line of duty since he assumed the role last March.

Major General Antony Anderson was addressing the Jamaica Police Federation’s 76th Annual Joint Central Conference yesterday. He says the Constabulary is discussing a scheme that would offer all members access to group life insurance.

Commissioner Anderson says this would supplement the existing policy that covers deaths of police personnel in the line of duty. The Police Commissioner also says the Constabulary will support members who need dialysis.

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