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Tackling Corruption Scourge: 50 Police, Civilians Charged

Corruption Worries Deepen For SSP Forbes

Widen Fight Against Corruption - Senior Cop

Canada pumps $62m into Ja's Polygraph Programme

Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) sends strong message

Businessman sentenced to 6 (six) months at hard labour for Bribing Police Sergeant

JCF ANTI CORRUPTION BRANCH OPENS OFFICE IN WESTERN JAMAICA

TWO CONSTABLES FACING SEVERAL CHARGES, GRANTED BAIL

POLICE CONSTABLE AND CIVILIAN ARRESTED AND CHARGED FOR SIMPLE LARCENY

TWO POLICEMEN ARRESTED AND CHARGED FOR CORRUPTION

POLICE SEEK PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE

Investigators from the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) is seeking the public's assistance in locating Mr. Julian Jones Griffiths, who is needed in a case that is presently before the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court.
Several attempts have been made to locate Mr. Griffiths, including visits from police personnel to addresses listed for him. In addition, persons have been interviewed in an attempt to find him. Griffiths is accused of perverting the course of justice and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice in an incident which occurred about 6:00 p.m. along Belmont Main Road, St. James on Friday, July 22.
The matter is currently before the court and one person has already been charged. The case is scheduled for Thursday, September 15.
Mr. Julian Jones Griffiths or anyone knowing his whereabouts is being asked to contact the ACB at 926-5855, 926-9579 or 926-9596.

TWO POLICEMEN CHARGED FOR BREACHES OF THE CORRUPTION PREVENTION ACT

POLICE OFFICERS OF THE SANTA CRUZ POLICE STATION HELD ON CORRUPTION CHARGES

HIGH RANKING POLICE OFFICER NABBED IN MARIJUANA BUST

SERGEANT GUILTY OF CORRUPTION - SENTENCED

ANOTHER HIGH PROFILE CONVICTION FOR THE J.C.F. ANTI CORRUPTION BRANCH ------ FIRST LAWYER CONVICTED ON CORRUPTION CHARGES AWAITS SENTENCING.

Officials Seek New Corruption Plan

Police Men Found Guilty Of Breach Of Corruption Prevention Act

Two Police men who were charged for Breaches of the Corruption Prevention Act on March 4, 2008 were today found guilty in the Santa Cruz Resident Magistrates' Court.
They are Corporal Sylvester Thaxter and Constable Kevin Whyte of the Black River Police Station. In March of 2008 a complaint was made to the Anti Corruption Branch by a motorist who reported that both police men had corruptly solicited money from him. An investigation was carried out and the police men were subsequently arrested by members of the Anti Corruption Branch.
They were denied bail and sentenced to twelve (12) months at hard labour

WOMAN POLICE ARRESTED ON REASONABLE SUSPICION FOR BREACHES OF THE CORRUPTION PREVENTION AND DANGEROUS DRUG ACTS.



 

 

1-800-CORRUPT

On January 18, 2009 the ACB launched the 1-800-CORRUPT line which is monitored off-shore. The aim of the toll free number provides an independent, secure and anonymous telephone line through which members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Customs and General Public may pass information/intelligence on corrupt practices/actions of employees of the Jamaica Constabulary Force and Custom Officials.

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