National Security Minister, Hon. Robert Montague, says the Ministry plans to erect a special monument to honour the memory of the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s (JCF) members who die in the line of duty.Speaking at the Ministry’s inaugural awards ceremony for members of the JCF at Hope Gardens in St. Andrew on Thursday, November 23, Mr. Montague said funds have been identified within the Ministry for the undertaking, and that he has received two designs for consideration. The Minister has also invited JCF members to either submit designs for consideration or suggest ways in which those received can be utilised to configure the monument. Mr. Montague also advised that the Ministry has placed an order for a hearse “befitting of the fallen men and women of the JCF, to take you on the last mile of your journey”. Some 900 JCF members have died in the line of duty since the JCF’s establishment in 1867. Meanwhile, Mr. Montague praised the police for working relentlessly and tirelessly in their efforts to curb crime and violence, thereby safeguarding the nation.