Jamaica's National Security Minister advises police officers to use contraceptives, in order to help reduce the need of legal child support occurrences among the constabulary force.

National Security Minister has urged members of the Constabulary Force to wear condoms if they know they won’t be able to maintain their obligations, hype Life Magazine has learned.

Jamaican politician Robert Montague advised Jamaican officers to use contraceptives, to help reduce the need of legal child support occurrences among the constabulary force.

“If you cannot maintain the results of your relationships, wrap it up. Too many officers are in court for maintenance orders,” Montague argued.

He was addressing the first day of the 73rd Annual Joint Central Conferences of the Jamaica Police Federation. The two-day conference was recently held at the Hilton Resort and Spa in Rose Hall, St James.

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