The police say they’ve prosecuted dozens of people across the country for breaches of the Disaster Risk Management Act at the holiday weekend. 

Head of the St Andrew North Police Division, Superintendent Aaron Fletcher, says his team charged 27 people. 

He says his team also seized nine pieces of sound system equipment.

Superintendent Aaron Fletcher, Head of the St Andrew North Police Division. 

Meanwhile, Head of Operations for the Clarendon Police Division, Superintendent Chris Phillips, says 44 people were charged for breaching the curfew orders. 

He says another 50 were warned for prosecution. 

Superintendent Chris Phillips, Head of Operations for the Clarendon Police Division.

Over in St Elizabeth, the Police charged 22 people.

Several other persons were also warned for prosecution. 

And, in St Thomas, at least three persons were warned by the Police to be summoned. 

They were allegedly hosting an illegal party which exceeded the gathering limit of 15 persons. 

Meanwhile, the Constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit, CCU, is still collating the figures from the other divisions across the country.

The Police are urging people to adhere to the law.

They’re also warning they’ll be out in large numbers on New Year’s Eve to prosecute breaches of the Disaster Risk Management Act.