Clarendon is among a number of police divisions to get new commanders.
The Police High Command announced today that eight of its gazetted officers have been reassigned.
Senior Superintendent Glenford Miller is leaving St. Andrew North to take the reins from SSP Vendolyn Cameron-Powell as head of the Clarendon division.
SSP Cameron Powell will take up her new posting at the Services branch.
Clarendon has been in the spotlight following a number of murders and other violent incidents.
Also in area three, Superintendent Samuel Morgan moves from services branch to head the St. Elizabeth division now headed by Superintendent Catherine Lord.
Superintendent Lord’s new assignment will see her serving at the Inspectorate of the Constabulary.
Meanwhile, Assistant Commissioners of Police (ACP) Calvin Allen and Gary Welsh are to trade places, making the latter the new Head of the Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch, while Calvin Allen will take up command of the operations branch.
Superintendent Leonardo Brown moves from the Services branch to the newly formed Technology branch, while the St. Andrew North Division will have a new divisional head in Superintendent Leighton Gray.