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SEVEN more members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force have been booted for breaching the Force's regulations.
The reports on the cops, who are all constables, were carried in this week's Force Orders.
Among those dismissed are a woman constable, five regular male constables and a special constable.
One of the cops, who was assigned to the Motorised Patrol Division, was dismissed in November after he discharged his service pistol at a stage show at the James Bond Beach in July 2004.
The policewoman from St Andrew Central was sacked in August after she disobeyed an order from her senior officer to provide security to a councillor who had been shot and hospitalised.
A policeman from the St Thomas Police Division was dismissed effective August after he was observed acting in a manner which aroused his colleagues' suspicion at the Norman Manley International Airport.
He reportedly attempted to flee the scene when challenged by his colleagues.
Another, who was assigned to the Area One Headquarters, was implicated in a rape case and was dismissed in August, while one was sent home after he failed to obey an order from his senior officer to deal with a dispute in Morant Bay, St Thomas. He was assigned to the St Andrew South Division and was sent home on Tuesday.
Another policeman-- who was assigned to the Hanover Division -- was dismissed on December 4 for being disrespectful to his senior officers and failing to obey their instructions.
The JCF also said that another cop will be booted in February after he lost two cartridges from his service revolver.
Last week, 10 cops were sent home for disciplinary breaches.
Since the start of this year, more than 150 cops have been arrested and charged for breaches of the Anti-Corruption Act as the police high command moves to rid the force of corrupt members.