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    • Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) personnel stationed at two police posts in St. James will be working in an enhanced environment after improvement works are carried out at their localities on Labour Day (Monday, May 25).
    • At Tuesday’s (May 5) meeting of the St. James Labour Day Planning Committee, Co-Chairman and Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Glendon Harris, announced on that the police posts will receive major focus this Labour Day.
    • The Mayor also announced that the Cornwall Court Kiddies Park has been identified as the parish project for Labour Day.

    Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) personnel stationed at two police posts in St. James will be working in an enhanced environment after improvement works are carried out at their localities on Labour Day (Monday, May 25).

    At Tuesday’s (May 5) meeting of the St. James Labour Day Planning Committee, Co-Chairman and Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Glendon Harris, announced on that the police posts will receive major focus this Labour Day.

    “These are the Maroon Town Police Post, which we want to get operational by the first of June, and the Cornwall Court Police Post, that is already operational, but needs to be retrofitted and rehabilitated,” Mayor Harris said.

    The Mayor, who shares the chairmanship of the St. James Labour Day Planning Committee with Custos of St. James, Hon. Ewen Corrodus, also announced that the Cornwall Court Kiddies Park has been identified as the parish project for Labour Day.

    Meanwhile, Mayor Harris pointed out the St. James Police headquarters at Montego Bay Freeport will also be painted and the bathroom facilities repaired on Labour Day.

    Officers who work at the station are expected to carry out the work, Mayor Harris advised.