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Former Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Radcliffe Lewis reported to work at the Police Traffic Division for the last time on October 31, 2013 after serving the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and his country for over 40 years. He was not feared by hardened criminals as some of his colleagues on this list but tell a gathering of illegal taxi operators that Lewis a come an in quick time the spot will be empty.
He was the stuff of nightmare for Drivers who insisted on breaking he road code and was a constant thorn in the sides of Bus operators for loud music, dark tints, speeding or operating contrary to their road license. A no nonsense, strict officer, he was both feared and respect and many, law abiding Jamaican Citizen fell in love with his often comedic response to questions
6. Derrick 'Cowboy' Knight
ACP tough-talking and outspoken crime fighter 40 year veteran of the Jamaica Constabulary Force Cowboy is rated among the top crime fighters in the JCF's recent history, Knight spent 27 years policing some of the most volatile communities in the Corporate Area. A monster of a man his physique as well as his fearlessness earned him a reputation that resulted in Criminal doing their best to avoid a run in with him.
5.Cornwall 'Bigga' Ford;
Superintendent Cornwall ‘Bigga’ Ford, one of Jamaica’s most colourful crime fighters who served the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) for close to 40 years, driving fear into the hearts of some of the country’s most notorious criminals. Ford joined the JCF in the 1970s and retired in in December 2015.
A feared crime fighter immortalized as a "bad man police" in dancehall deejay Tiger's 1991 hit "When. A RUGGED former crime-fighter Isaiah Laing has been shot in combat three times, fired at 60 times and has recovered close to 400 illegal guns in the 20 years that he spent in the Jamaica Constabulary Force. Laing, a cousin of Former Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller retired in 1996 when then Commissioner of Police Trevor McMillan did not renew his Contract.
Tony Hewitt built up a reputation as a fearless crime-fighter coming through the tumultuous 1970s, into the 1980s and until his retirement from the constabulary in 2003. He was one of the most feared Cop in Jamaica while he served, having taken down and out many criminal elements and gangsters in his time. Hewitt was media shy and always stayed out of the spotlight but was ready to defend and protect Jamaicans at a moments notice.
SSP Hewitt died while undergoing emergency surgery at hospital after he was shot four times at an apartment off Red Hills Road Kingston 19. He died Mon September 17, 2012
2.Keith Trinity Gardner;
When Keith Michael Douglas Gardner graduated from Kingston College in 1971 and returned to his alma mater right after to work as a laboratory technician in the biology department, little did he know that he would eventually become one of the most feared policemen in the 150-year history of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. That fearsome tag carried its share of dangers with it though, for Gardner has been shot five times — most of them in combat with ruthless law-breakers — and has escaped death on countless other occasions. Trinity as he was called was a fearless crime fighter who was coming to get you irrespective of how bad a reputation you had, it would be you are him and almost always it was a bad day for the bad guy
1.Reneto Decardova Valentino Adams is without a shadow of a doubt Jamaica's most feared and respected cop ever.
Loved by many hated and feared by all criminals he is legendary in Jamaica, having taken out many of gunmen and gangsters. His approach was unorthodox and brutish which earned him a reputation that drove fear in the coldest of Jamaican Thugs.
He was pften criticized by sections of the society for his over hand tactics as high profile event just kept on racking up with this Tivoli incursion of 2001 which ledt 25 dead, the killing of 7 in a house in Breton and 5 in Kraal Clarendon. Adams left the Jamaica Constabulary Force after 41 years of service, he retired in July 2008. He was the head of the now defunct Crime Management Unit, Senior Superintendent Reneto Adams the rockstar among Jamaica Crime fighters.