Thursday 21 June, 2018

Cops come out in support of Labour Day efforts

Constable Dwight Lewis (left) and Corporal Delvinan Douglas of the division were caught on camera carrying out painting work on a pedestrian crossing on White Church Street in the old capital.  (Photo: Office of the Prime Minister)

Constable Dwight Lewis (left) and Corporal Delvinan Douglas of the division were caught on camera carrying out painting work on a pedestrian crossing on White Church Street in the old capital. (Photo: Office of the Prime Minister)

As Jamaicans from all corners of the island embark on a number of projects to mark Labour Day 2018, members of the island’s security forces made sure they were not left out of the mix.

Called on daily to tackle the challenging crime problem, members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) took time out of their busy schedules to contribute to the ongoing national clean-up efforts.

Labour Day 2018: Police at Work

One of the areas where a number of officers were seen was in Spanish Town, St Catherine, where members of the St Catherine North Police Division came out to assist Kiwanis club members in painting a number of pedestrian crossings.

Above, Constable Dwight Lewis (left) and Corporal Delvinan Douglas of the division were caught on camera carrying out painting work on a pedestrian crossing on White Church Street in the old capital.

 

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