Deputy Commissioner of Police, Clifford Blake, is calling for a ‘significant injection of capital’ in the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Cyber Crime Unit.

He says the unit needs modern equipment in order to get the job done.

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He’s also calling for a system to deal with motorists who have hundreds of outstanding traffic tickets, but who’re still allowed to license their vehicles.

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In the meantime, DCP Blake is bemoaning the number of ‘at risk youth’ in the society. He says the police and the Court system cannot keep up with the growing numbers.

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Deputy Commissioner Blake was a panelist at the Guardsman Group Limited’s forum dubbed “Our Nation’s Security – A Private and Public Sector Partnership” in St. Andrew on Thursday.

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