Newly-installed Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation, Sergeant Arleen McBean, says she’s up to the task, in light of the numerous challenges facing the organisation.

Sergeant McBean, who was the first woman to head the federation, in 2018, was returned to the helm on Wednesday.

Sergeant McBean and seven others will form the Central Executive Committee of the federation and will serve for one year.

The other members are Sergeant Lloyd Duncan, the General Secretary; Corporals Peta-Gaye Williams and Taniesha Lewis; Detective Constable Romaine Archer and Constable Koy Marriott.

Sergeant McBean says she’s out to improve the way in which the federation communicates with its various publics.

Sergeant Arleen McBean, Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation.