Health inspectors still investigating air quality concerns at new Criminal Records Office

Sergeant Patrae Rowe, Chairman of the Police Federation
Health inspectors returned to the new location of the Criminal Records Office in Kingston on Wednesday as investigations continued into air quality concerns.
On Tuesday, RJR News reported that the Ministry of Health had concerns about conditions at the building, which is located on Orange Street.
When contacted by RJR News Wednesday afternoon, Sergeant Patrae Rowe, Chairman of the Police Federation, said he is waiting on the health inspectors to submit a report on their findings following Wednesday's visit. 
The building at 34 Duke Street in downtown Kingston which previously housed the Criminal Records Office was ordered closed last month due to air quality issues.

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