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Approximately $76 million will be spent by the Ministry of National Security this year, on acquiring specialised vehicles for the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF).
The 2009/10 Estimates of Expenditure state that the procurement will improve the investigative capability of the JCF, by increasing its mobility.
It is envisaged that the acquisition of the vehicles will help to increase the clear-up rates of crimes, including homicides, and improve police/community relations as a strategy to reduce crime and violence.
For this year, it is expected that seven mobile forensic specialty vehicles, and five mobile command posts, will be procured. The vehicles are expected to be acquired April-June this year.

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