SENIOR OFFICER SAYS DOMESTIC DISPUTES HIGH PRIORITY FOR POLICE

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Head of the Trelawny Police, Superintendent Carlos Russell, says tackling domestic disputes and threats is a high priority for the police.

Superintendent Russell said that a strategic action plan has been devised for the parish, which sees the police working closely with the community to cauterise such incidents.

Superintendent Russell informed that on average, the police receives between 30 and 35 reports of threats weekly.

Meanwhile, Superintendent Russell is calling on residents to work with the police in the fight against crime and violence in the parish.