MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT
To work with our stakeholders to continuously improve training quality through curriculum design, implementation and evaluation so as to enable the JCF to provide the level of service expected by our community.
VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT
Driving excellence in training to impact organizational renewal
MANDATE OF THE UNIT
The CDCU is charged with ensuring that training meets the needs of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. Having developed the learning programmes, the Curriculum Development and Coordination Unit has responsibility for monitoring to ensure that training is delivered according to the Force’s Quality Assurance Guidelines for training provision. The unit also has responsibility for leading and encouraging innovation in course content, delivery methods and instructor training. The department will work with training’s
The overall aims of the Unit are to:
The Jamaica Police Academy of the J.C.F., has in recent years taken on the task of revising and upgrading its training programme. It is the vision of the Jamaica Police Academy to be as competitive internationally in the quality of Police Officers it has enlisted as any other nation.
The Caribbean Search Centre is a joint security venture between the British and Jamaican Governments. The Centre is one of two such facilities worldwide and was established at the Jamaica Police Academy at Twickenham Park St. Catherine in June 2001.
The course aims to facilitate the smooth re-integration of personnel into frontline duty.
Upon completion participants should be able to:
Personnel from the rank of Constable to Sergeant who have been out of active or main stream policing for a protracted period of time
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