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The Island Special Constabulary Force
 
The Island Special Constabulary Force (ISCF) is the first reserve to the regular Police Force. Approximately fifty eight percent (58%) of the personnel are deployed in Kingston and St. Andrew. Its members supplement the regular force in all facets of policing including the detection and investigation of major breaches of the Road Traffic Act. The strength of the ISCF is 1386.
The District Constable
 
The District Constable (DC) is concerned with community patrolling and policing in order to minimize the incidence of crime. District Constables normally reside in the community that forms part of their area of responsibility. The current strength of the DC is 1325.
 
Current Commissioner  
George F. Quallo  
Commissioner since Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
 
Mr. George Fitzroy Quallo’s forty years in the Jamaica Constabulary Force is marked by stellar leadership. His ability to promote enthusiasm and stimulate motivation, and the ease with which he interacts with persons of all strata of society are hallmarks of his service to the people of Jamaica.
 
  
 
History
The Force’s history and traditions are indeed coloured by centuries of British tutelage. In fact, the institution of Parish Constable was brought to Jamaica by the English Colonist after they captured Jamaica in 1655. It is apparent that during those years the community recognized the necessity for an agency to maintain law and order. The earliest record of the Office of Constable in Jamaica was found in a letter from Charles II of England in 1671. This letter advised the Provost Marshall to convene an assembly for the governance of the Island. The letter also specified that it was the duty of the citizens to volunteer for service in the Office of Constable, and that the constables in turn were to give notice to free-holders of the convening of such assembly.
 
The use of law enforcement in Jamaica expands in 1716 when night watchmen were appointed to serve the cities of Port Royal, Kingston, and the parishes of Saint Catherine and Saint Andrew. In 1832 the first attempt to establish a permanent police force began, and William Ramsay was appointed Inspector General of the police force in 1835. This force continued in service until 1865, the year of the Morant Bay Rebellion. This uprising demonstrated the vulnerability of peace and law on Jamaica and caused the establishment of an improved police force, the Jamaica Constabulary Force. The force began operation with 984 members, under the direction of an Inspector General appointed by the British Governor to the island, and continues to carry out police duties to the present day.
 
 

                                                                                                  
Kingston Central Division HQ
50 East Queen Street
(876) 922-4089 
 
Kingston East Division (HQ)
16 Lower Elletson Road
(876) 759-1865, (876) 928-1919
 
Kingston West Division (HQ)
83 Spanish Town Road
(876) 923-6624 
 
Marine Division
2 Myers Wharf Road
(876) 922-3176 
 
Marine Station
3 Myers Wharf Road
(876) 948-1778 
 
Mobile Reserve
1 Deanery Road
(876) 928-1222 x4, (876) 938-2849 
 
Motorized Patrol
16 Lower Elletson Road
(876) 928-5152, (876) 928-1899 
 
Mounted Troop
1 Camp Road
Kingston
(876) 928-4385 
 
Narcotics
230 Spanish Town Road
(876) 952-4571 
 
Canine Division
1 Deanery Road
(876) 928-1096, (876) 938-0203
  
Homicide
230 Spanish Town Road
(876) 765-6161
 
Newport West Ports Division
115 New Port Boulevard
(876) 923-4845
 
NFDIC
Ocean Boulevard
Norman Manley Station
(876) 924-8466, (876) 924-8439
 
Planning & Research
12 Ocean Boulevard
(876) 967-4346 x7
 
St. Andrew South Division
236 Marcus Garvey Drive
(876) 923-7112
 
Traffic Division (HQ)
16 Lower Elletson Road
(876) 759-3959
 
                                                                                                  
Kingston Central Division HQ
50 East Queen Street
(876) 922-4089 
 
Kingston East Division (HQ)
16 Lower Elletson Road
(876) 759-1865, (876) 928-1919
 
Kingston West Division (HQ)
83 Spanish Town Road
(876) 923-6624 
 
Marine Division
2 Myers Wharf Road
(876) 922-3176 
 
Marine Station
3 Myers Wharf Road
(876) 948-1778 
 
Mobile Reserve
1 Deanery Road
(876) 928-1222 x4, (876) 938-2849 
 
Motorized Patrol
16 Lower Elletson Road
(876) 928-5152, (876) 928-1899 
 
Mounted Troop
1 Camp Road
Kingston
(876) 928-4385 
 
Narcotics
230 Spanish Town Road
(876) 952-4571 
 
Canine Division
1 Deanery Road
(876) 928-1096, (876) 938-0203
  
Homicide
230 Spanish Town Road
(876) 765-6161
 
Newport West Ports Division
115 New Port Boulevard
(876) 923-4845
 
NFDIC
Ocean Boulevard
Norman Manley Station
(876) 924-8466, (876) 924-8439
 
Planning & Research
12 Ocean Boulevard
(876) 967-4346 x7
 
St. Andrew South Division
236 Marcus Garvey Drive
(876) 923-7112
 
Traffic Division (HQ)
16 Lower Elletson Road
(876) 759-3959
 

BRANCH OFFICES

Police Station Allman Town

6 Great Georges Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-2842
Phone: (876) 922-3421

Police Station Area 4 HQ

1 West Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-4256

Police Station Band

19 West Ave
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 967-3297

Police Station Bull Bay

Bull Bay Main Road
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 967-6810

Police Station Central

48 East Queen Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-8860

Police Station City Centre

185 Tower Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-9273

Police Station Credit Union

75 Church Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-6682 x3

Police Station Cross Roads

1 Lewars Cres
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 926-6657

Police Station Darling Street

Darling Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 948-6773
Phone: (876) 948-1366

Police Station Denham Town

83 Spanish Town Road
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 923-6624

Police Station Elletson Road

16 Lower Elletson Road
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 928-1261

Police Station Fletcher

7 New Cross Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-2541

Police Station Franklyn Town

35 Franklyn Ave
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 928-9656

Police Station Gold Street

9 Gold Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-3637

Police Station Hannah Town

16 Hanna Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-2641

Police Station Harbour View

16 Sargasso Avenue
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 928-6012
Phone: (876) 928-6001

Police Station Harman Barracks

1 Deanery Road
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 928-1096
Phone: (876) 938-0203

Police Station Hunts Bay

236 Marcus Garvey Drive
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 901-3121

Police Station Norman Manley

Norman Manley Airport
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 924-8467

Police Station Port Royal

1 Queen Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 967-8068

Police Station Remand Centre

48 Metcalfe Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 901-9197
Phone: (876) 923-8606

police Station Rockfort

145 Windward Road
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-2941
Phone: (876) 930-4068

Police Station Rollington Town

20 Giltress Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-2693
Phone: (876) 928-9130

Police Station Seaview Gardens

Seaview Gardens
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 901-9423

Police Station Trench Town

27 Seventh Street
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 948-8243
Phone: (876) 923-8243

Police Station Vineyard Town

19 Deanery Avenue
Kingston, Kingston
Phone: (876) 922-3184
Phone: (876) 938-2456
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