Wayne Cameron to Head Police Officers’ Association

Latest Jamaica News, Montego Bay: Superintendent Wayne Cameron has been tipped to be the new chairman of the Police Officers’ Association, following elections during the annual conference at the Iberostar Hotel in Montego Bay, St. James on Friday, July 12.

Cameron heads a seven-member executive, which includes Superintendent David White, who will take on the role of vice-chairman and Superintendent Maldria Jones Williams, who was chosen to play the role of secretary/treasurer. Jones Williams will have the assistance of Superintendent Christopher Phillips, who chosen as assistant secretary/treasurer. Superintendents Catherine Lord and Alvin Allen, along with Assistant Superintendent St George Jackson complete the seven-member executive.

The Police Officers’ Association represents members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force from the rank of Assistant Superintendent and above. The executive members are democratically elected by delegates at the association’s annual conference.

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