The Police Federation is again raising concerns about the air quality at the new location of the Criminal Records Office, CRO.

This after operations had to be scaled down because noxious fumes were reported in the building.

Businesses at Kingston Mall were forced to close this morning of the noxious fumes.

Director of Training at the Police Federation, Detective Constable Nigel Murphy, says he’s concerned that the air quality concerns may’ve added to the issues experienced by staff and customers at the CRO.

Detective Constable Nigel Murphy, Director of Training at the Police Federation, speaking this afternoon with Nationwide News.

Head of the Constabulary’s Corporate Communication’s Unit, Deputy Superintendent Dahlia Garrick, says operations have since returned to normal at the CRO.

Meanwhile, operations at the Tax Administration’s King Street Office have been suspended for the day.

A customer who identified himself as Santana says he experienced a burning sensation while conducting business inside the tax office.

Santana, a customer at the Tax Administration Revenue Service Centre speaking with Nationwide News.

The Jamaica Fire Department says the fumes were caused by a garbage truck.