The Police High Command is urging Jamaicans not to use violence to settle their conflicts.
The appeal comes amid recent domestic-related murders.
The high command says it is alarmed by the number of Jamaicans who have been killed in domestic disputes.
And so itís urging people with domestic problems to speak with a pastor, seek counseling or attend conflict resolution seminars to resolve disputes.
The High Command is also appealing to Jamaicans to report disputes to the 119 emergency number or their local police.
In the most recent incident, a woman was chopped to death in Malvern, St Elizabeth as she slept on Saturday night.
A day before that, a man was shot dead by another in Beverley Hills, St. Andrew