Curfew imposed in sections of St Andrew South Police Division

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Curfew imposed in sections of St Andrew South Police Division

Friday, November 08, 2019

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ST ANDREW, Jamaica –The St Andrew South Police have announced that there will be increased operational activities in the division this weekend, from 7:00 pm Friday, November 8 to 6:00 am Monday, November 11.

During the period of the operational activities, there will be restrictions on the movement of some residents. This is in keeping with the powers of the security forces as stipulated in Section 8 of the Emergency Powers Regulations, 2018, the police said.

The areas to be affected are:


NORTH: Along Maple View Road from Olympic Way to Mahoe Drive;

EAST: Along Mahoe Drive, from Maple View Road to White Wing Avenue;

SOUTH: Along White Wing Avenue, from Mahoe Drive to Olympic Way;

WEST: Along Olympic Way from White Wing Avenue to Maple View Road.


NORTH:Along Spanish Town Road from Majesty Gardens main road to Marcus Garvey Drive;

EAST:Along Marcus Garvey Drive, from Spanish Town Road to Chesterfield Drive;

SOUTH:Along Chesterfield Drive, from Marcus Garvey Drive to Majesty Gardens main road;

WEST:Along Majesty Gardens main road, from Chesterfield Drive to Spanish Town Road.


NORTH:Along Selassie Drive, from Payne Avenue to Oakland Road;

EAST:AlongOakland Road, from Selassie Drive to Spanish Town Road;

SOUTH:Along Spanish Town Road, from Oakland Road to Payne Avenue;

WEST:Along Payne Avenue, from Spanish Town Road to Selassie Drive.


NORTH:Along Spanish Town Road, from Hopewell Road to Union Avenue and Daffodil Avenue;

EAST:Along Union Avenue and Daffodil Avenue, from Spanish Town Road to an imaginary line A;

SOUTH:Along an imaginary line 'A', from Union Avenue and Daffodil Avenue to Hopewell Road;

WEST:Along Hopewell Road from an imaginary line 'A' to Spanish Town Road.

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