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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Saturday | May 31, 2008

The crime of political handouts
A great deal of attention has been paid in recent days to Prime Minister Bruce Golding's pronouncements about the preferred composition of his Cabinet and also to his stating that the Government was not responsible for developing a crime-fighting plan, as that was the preserve of the police.

Supporting the police

This week, members of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) visited the Denham Town Police Station to indicate their support for the police in their fight against criminals and offer their sympathy to the colleagues of the two policemen from... - Hartley Neita

Issue Crime: Whose responsibility?

I was appalled to read Bruce Golding's response, to mounting pressure for his Government, to act more decisively on that monster called crime! Mr Golding stated it was the police responsibility, to devise a plan, not his.





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