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JCF Clarifies SSP Hewitt’s Promotion
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The police high command has moved to clarify reports and public utterances regarding the promotion of the head of the St. Andrew South division.
According to the high command, SSP Delroy Hewitt has been asked to take up a temporary assignment at the mobile reserve replacing SSP Winchroy Budhoo who will be going on a six weeks course at the Jamaica Constabulary staff college.
The high command added that in light of that, twelve temporary assignments have been made to various commands.
Against that background, the police high command is of the view that the outburst by the Executive Director of Jamaicans of Justice, Dr. Carolyn Gomes surrounding the temporary assignment of SSP Hewitt is premature and ill-informed.
The police high command says individuals and groups should seek information before going public with comments that will seek to undermine the organization and affect public confidence in the Jamaica Constabulary force.
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