JCF probing alleged trimming of Rastafarian woman while in police lock up

by August 2nd, 2021

The Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF says it is carrying out investigations, into allegations that a police officer cut the locks of a young Rastafarian woman, while she was in custody, at the Four Paths Police Station in Clarendon.

The probe commenced after a video surfaced on social media, showing the young woman and her mother urging the Prime Minister, to ensure justice is served.

According to the women, the incident happened late last month, after the younger woman had a run in with the police and was in lock up.

Head of the Police Corporate Communications Unit, Senior Superintendent, Stephanie Lindsay, told Irie Fm News that the Police Commissioner is aware of the video and a team of detectives, has been deployed to the Four Paths Police Station to investigate the matter.

With news of the incident coming on Emancipation Day, many persons have taken to social media to register their anger.

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