Major Organised Crime
& Anti-Corruption Agency
MOCA coordinates its efforts through investigations, which form the core of its operations. The Investigations Unit is divided into four investigative departments;
Major Organised Crime
Public Sector Corruption
The Investigations Unit is supported by; Operations, Polygraph and Vetting, Legal, Major Investigations Registry, Human Resources and Office Services, and Communications and Client Service Excellence.
Investigations is the main unit at MOCA, with scores of well trained specialist investigators. Each investigator is equipped with analytical investigative skills to ensure that each case is handled with professionalism and competence.
Cyber Investigations & Risk Management
The Cyber Investigations and Risk Management Unit uses digital forensics to support traditional investigative efforts. It is a full fledged unit tasked with tackling the growing cyber crime landscape in Jamaica.
The Operations Team is tasked with surveillance, evidentiary development and proactive indictment of offenders. The MOCA Operations Unit consists of: S.W.A.T., Proactive Operations, Digital Forensics Unit and Intelligence.
Vetting & Polygraph
The Unit leads the Caribbean in field investigations, personnel security vetting checks and the application of technological integrity screening instruments. The unit is also the gatekeeper for MOCA, ensuring the integrity of potential employees.
The Legal team guides the investigations teams in ensuring that work is done in accordance with the law. The unit's work also ensures that the agency's arrest will be successful before the courts.
Documentation & Case Management Section
Formerly known as the Major Investigation Registry is the main library of cases handled by MOCA. This section also provides pertinent statistics and reports on the agency's performance.
Communications & Client
The Communications Unit is the liaison between the agency and the public, keeping citizens abreast of the work being done and generating support in the fight against corruption and organised crime.
Human Resource &
The Human Resources and Office Services Department assumes responsibility for the welfare and development of the MOCA Agents and staff.