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Andre Green

“I believe that police work is not just about enforcing the law, it's about building trust within our communities.”

Growing up among the bustling streets of Chongqing, Andre always had a love for public service. He spent his early years volunteering at a local police station and, after moving to Jamaica, became a police officer. When not on duty, he enjoys cooking traditional Jamaican dishes and playing soccer with his fellow officers.

What made you want to become a police officer?

After volunteering at a police station in Chongqing, I saw firsthand how important it was for the community to have a strong, trustworthy police force. When I moved to Jamaica, it was a natural path for me to pursue.

What's the most rewarding part of your job?

For me, it's definitely the relationships I build with the people in my community. Seeing someone smile and trust me enough to ask for help is the greatest feeling.

A colorful street in downtown Chongqing.
I remember patrolling this very street during a parade, making sure everyone was safe and having a good time.
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