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Cops Urged Not To Publicise Police Tactics Online | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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Cops urged not to publicise police tactics online

Sergeant Arleen McBean, Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation
By Nakinskie Robinson 
   
Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation, Sergeant Arleen McBean believes publicising police tactics and motives could pose a threat to the country's security landscape.
 
Sergeant McBean argues that while information sharing is important, it gives criminals an opportunity to one-up the security forces. 
 
"The criminals will sit one side and try to map out what is happening. So it's for us as an organisation to strategically and in a transformative way, release the information and hold some. Not every time you're doing your operational duties out there it must be advertised. And sometimes we realise that we are on social media advertising everything. And I think it is a threat. It makes the job of the police harder," she reasoned. 
 
Sergeant McBean also warned police officers to limit their use of social media while carrying out their duties, noting that this is the time they should be alert. 
 
She was speaking at the St. Elizabeth Police Conference in Black River.
 


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