Head of the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Corporate Communications Unit, CCU, SSP Stephanie Lindsay says people are hosting blue-tooth parties to reduce the possibility of being detected by the police.

Speaking on Nationwide@5 on Tuesday SSP Lindsay explained that party promoters have become more tactful in hiding their events.

SSP Lindsay noted that although the police are acting on information received from reliable sources when they turn up at the venues, people had already left.

She explained that during the no-movement days more than 190 persons were apprehended for breaching the curfew.

She however explained that some people were released with a warning.

SSP Lindsay is reminding the public that parties and events held on no movement days, are illegal.

SSP Stephanie Lindsay, Head of the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Corporate Communications Unit