Millicent E. Sproul
Millicent E. Sproul, Assistant Commissioner of Police, became the new Deputy Director General of the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA) in August 2017. Ms. Sproul joins the team following the promotion and re-assignment of Mr. Selvin Hay, Deputy Commissioner of Police.
ACP Sproul comes with a wealth of investigative, administrative and operational experience and knowledge; being a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force for over three decades. Since her enlistment she has served in several capacities in various divisions and formations. Some of these include;
- Assistant Commissioner in charge of Administration for the JCF
- Commanding Officer for the St. Andrew Central, Technical Services and Kingston Central Divisions
- Investigating Officer at the Major Investigation Task Force, Operation King Fish, Bureau of Special Investigations and the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR).
Ms. Sproul is the holder of a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social and Professional Transformation from the Jamaica Theological Seminary. She has also been trained in several areas including, Critical Incident Management Course, Combating Transnational and Domestic Terrorism, Investigative Techniques, Fingerprint and Crime Scene Analyst.
Millicent Sproul is the fifth female in the history of the Jamaica Constabulary Force to be appointed to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police.
Volunteerism is high on the agenda of MOCA’s new Deputy Director General; she sits as a board member on numerous community groups and is a member of the Eastern St. Andrew Kiwanis Club.