Manchester crime chief exemplary
THE EDITOR, Sir:
One of our most successful cops is Superintendent of Police Wayne Cameron, who is in charge of crime for Manchester.
He worked in St Catherine, St Andrew, Portland, St James, and St Ann and has done remarkable work for the betterment of our society. He is a very tactful and clever crime fighter.
I must commend Superintendent Cameron for not giving up on Jamaicans when we see what police officers have to go through to ensure that people are safe.
I wish him well and hope the hotspots in Mandeville will become cold spots by the time he leaves that town. Keep up the good work, Superintendent Cameron. We are praying for you. With God's help, you shall succeed.