Jamaican Justice Review Task Force
Mr. Norman Heywood
Mr. Heywood is a Superintendent of Police responsible for the management of the Corporate Planning Research and Development Division of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. He has served the Jamaica Constabulary Force in numerous areas for over twenty years including: Clarendon division, Criminal Investigation Bureau Headquarters, the Commissioner’s office and the Professional Standards Branch. He is currently serving as Chairman of the Police Officer’s Association.
Mr. Heywood has had extensive training both locally and abroad in numerous disciplines, some of these are; 1) Project Management at the Management Institute for national development (MIND); 2) Police Studies at the University of Technology; 3) Automated Fingerprint Classification System at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police College in Ottawa, Canada; 4) Crime Prevention training at the crime prevention College Yorkshire, England; 5) Contemporary Problem Solving in Washington DC; 6) Crime Pattern Analysis training in San Diego, California and most recently he completed the senior management in Policing (SMIP) at the Boston University in the United State of America.
His research and study of Community policing have taken him to various locations in the United Kingdom including: New Castle, Cleveland, Nottinghamshire and London. In Jamaica he is credited with the reform of Community Based Policing in the JCF and playing a significant role in the development of the Safe Schools Programme and numerous tactical and operational initiatives.
He is currently reading for his MSc in National Security and Strategic Studies at the University of the West Indies, Mona.
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