A Few Tried And Proven Ideas For The JCF (audio)

It is incred­i­bly hard for Law Enforcement offi­cers to make a dif­fer­ence in Jamaica’s cul­ture of law­less­ness and wan­ton mur­der. It is so because truth­ful­ly the present Administration lacks the back­bone to break the back of seri­ous crimes as a result of local lob­bies which are being fund­ed by International pow­ers who have a heavy hand in the deter­mi­na­tion of how our laws are made and enforced.

Listen to direc­tives here.

As a small devel­op­ing coun­try, Jamaica is heav­i­ly depen­dent on for­eign coun­tries for fund­ing. This makes it incred­i­bly vul­ner­a­ble to the dic­tates of those lender nations which gen­er­al­ly do not always have our nation’s inter­est at heart.
In fact, to sug­gest that large and pow­er­ful coun­tries do not have the inter­est of small­er depen­dent nations at heart may be stat­ing the obvi­ous, nations do not have friend­ships they have inter­ests.

As a young cop back in the 80’s to ear­ly 90’s I recall the empha­sis placed on the erad­i­ca­tion of Ganga because the United States want­ed it so. Today Jamaica is flood­ed with guns which are large­ly seep­ing in from the very same United States. The US has almost infi­nite resources, yet we have not seen a sus­tained or mean­ing­ful cam­paign to stem the flow of guns into the Caribbean region or Jamaica in par­tic­u­lar.

Simply put, the United States is a large man­u­fac­tur­er of guns and those guns have to be sold. In fact, despite the wan­ton slaugh­ter of inno­cent chil­dren in what should be the sanc­tu­ary of their class­rooms across America, there is zero effort to stop the mass pro­duc­tion and pro­lif­er­a­tion of guns unto the streets of the United States.

For these rea­sons and oth­ers, I ask the JCF rank and file offi­cers to take the direc­tives out­lined in the audio above seri­ous­ly as they go about their dai­ly rou­tines.
It is clear that what is called the high com­mand which pass­es for the lead­er­ship of the hard-work­ing men and women is inca­pable of giv­ing lead­er­ship. These sim­ple yet crit­i­cal process­es are tried and proven to work if they are applied pro­fes­sion­al­ly, con­sis­tent­ly and across the board.

Adhering to these estab­lished pro­to­cols are known to work in reduc­ing risk to offi­cers and simul­ta­ne­ous­ly elim­i­nat­ing dan­ger­ous con­fronta­tions between cit­i­zens who are pulled over by police.