|Police $300m offer - Surprise move in salary negotiations
GOVERNMENT IS proposing to pay the rank-and-file members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) a one-time payment of $300 million, The Gleaner learned last night.
Cops go AWOL
NATIONAL SECURITY Minister Dr. Peter Phillips said yesterday that despite the withdrawal of service by more than 2,000 members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), plans were in place to ensure that the security of the country...
'Zekes' detained; linked to double murder
MATTHEWS LANE strongman, Donald 'Zekes' Phipps, was yesterday detained by police who have linked him to the deaths of two men in west Kingston over a month ago.
International calls to carry service levy
PHILLIP PAULWELL, Minister of Commerce, Science and Technology, yesterday announced the imposition of a universal service charge on all carriers of international telephone calls into Jamaica.
House gives deadline for new plea-bargaining law
PARLIAMENT IS giving the Jamaican Bar Association (JBA) and other interest groups two weeks to submit views on new plea-bargaining legislation under its consideration.
Police love triangle case... - Ex-cop saw bloodstains in car
A RETIRED POLICEMAN testified on Tuesday that he saw what appeared to be bloodstains on the front passenger seat and seat belt of the motor car which the accused 31-year-old Janet Douglas was driving on the day when the body of her lover's wife was found.
Corletts Road residents protest - Say 16-y-o youth was killed in cold blood
SPANISH TOWN, St. Catherine: SCORES OF residents of Corletts Road, St. Catherine, blocked the Spanish Town bypass, yesterday to protest the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy from their community who they claimed was shot by the police in cold blood.