The Center for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse CISOCA, has received close to 400 reports since the start of the year.
Most of the cases are said to be abuse of the nation’s children.
Head of CISOCA Senior Superintendent Charmaine Shand, gave the details while speaking at a Rotary Club Luncheon yesterday (Thurs).
SSP Shand says a large number of the cases before CISOCA are as a result of abuse by family members.
Meanwhile, CISOCA has been able to obtain the conviction of 60 persons in Kingston and St. Andrew, since the start of the year.
Several teachers are said to be among those convicted for sexually abusing children or have been charged in relation to such incidents.