PHOTO: A bus for the police

Tuesday, March 21, 2017    

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Security Minister Robert Montague at the control of a 30-seater bus handed over yesterday to the Jamaica Police Federation for the transportation of off-duty policemen and women. Looking on is chairman of the federation, Sergeant Raymond Wilson. The police have long been lobbying Government to assist with the transportation of the police when they leave work. The call intensified following the murder of a woman constable on a public passenger bus on Spanish Town Road in Kingston. (Photo: Llewellyn Wynter)





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