Negril, Jamaica, Feature Photo #13 [Part 1 of 2]

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La Policia de Negril

Just like any place in this world of ours, you must have a presence of authority, and in order to control law and order, you must have an active police force.

In Negril, this is an essential aspect toward maintaining the air of being a crime-free, tourist-friendly environment, for with disorder, the striving community would not survive, and survival to a large degree in Negril depends upon the success of the all mighty tourist trade.

In Negril, the presence of the police is relatively low profile. On occasion - and only on occasion - will you see a pair of officers walking the seven-mile beach. Not to do any James Bond scenes, but just profiling the fact that they are available on demand whenever needed.

Take a look at the sign located outside the police department near the street and old, funky sidewalk. The sign was specially donated by the Negril Police Youth Club.

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Now if that isn't community involvement right there, then I don't know what is.

Respect,

S-Iriee


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I'll paint you a sign if you leave me alone!


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You won’t be left to
your lonesome while
in Negril.
My friend. I know you.

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interesting according to my Jamaican readings in a country with a low rate of insecurity but it is good to have knowledge of this information friend thanks for sharing ..


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Everything is so very
natural there.
It all blends.

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Is the picture in the logo a marijuana leaf, because it is not so clear the results of the painting


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You got me.
I’d say not.

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Just normal shrubs - remember, the ganja smoke is not yet legalized !

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Misconceptions of a country that is SAFE!! Go to Negril. Never felt pressured by anyone or anything - only one encounter I can remember distinctly where we were pressured. Respect is an engrained feature of the ENTIRE society

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Well stated.
Gotta go to appreciate
the wonders

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@super-irie, Many times their roles are underestimated but the amount of pressure and responsibility which they have to carry, that makes their jobs more appreciable. Stay blessed.

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It’s all so very cool.

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