Police Criminal Records Office Shut-down Temporarily Due To Air Quality Concerns

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The Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF, is advising the public that the services offered by the Criminal Records Office, which is located at 34 Duke Street in downtown, Kingston will be temporarily suspended to allow for relocation.

The office has been closed because preliminary results of air quality tests carried out last week raised serious concerns about the quality of the air in the building.

In a statement issued a short while ago, the Police High Command says it has taken the decision to close the office for a week to remedy the situation and protect the well-being of both staff and customers.

The JCF says its regrets any inconvenience caused by the unavailability of services and is giving the assurance that all will be done to resume regular service during the following the week.



Neika Lewis is an award-winning journalist with over 7 years of experience across radio, tv and the print media. A CARIMAC alum, Neika copped the Prime Minister’s Youth award for journalism in 2017. Her reporting on a Jamaican pilot incarcerated in Qatar in 2015 led to his release. Neika hunts for human interest stories.


2 thoughts on “Police Criminal Records Office Shut-down Temporarily Due To Air Quality Concerns

  1. Steph Chung

    Hello,

    Is there any update on when the criminal records office will be reopened? I’ve tried numerous attempts to call and email the office but to no avail. I have a deadline on my canadian via application and I am running out of options. Please let me know if you have any update on this article. Thank you!

    Reply
  2. Steph Chen

    Hello,

    Is there any update on when the criminal records office will be reopened? I’ve tried numerous attempts to call and email the office but to no avail. I have a deadline on my canadian via application and I am running out of options. Please let me know if you have any update on this article. Thank you!

    Reply

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