Looking into future security in MoBay

Published: Friday | November 30, 2012 Comments 0
From left: CARIMAC public relations students, Natesha Powell and Karesha Allen, have the attention of Markman's Serrena McDonald and Guardman's Byron Purkiss, who showed them the company's latest medical response instrument for persons who may become ill. The security company was at the CARIMAC two-day 'Securing A Nation' expo at the Half Moon Conference Centre on Wednesday. photos by Janet Silvera
From left: CARIMAC public relations students, Natesha Powell and Karesha Allen, have the attention of Markman's Serrena McDonald and Guardman's Byron Purkiss, who showed them the company's latest medical response instrument for persons who may become ill. The security company was at the CARIMAC two-day 'Securing A Nation' expo at the Half Moon Conference Centre on Wednesday. photos by Janet Silvera
The Sentry team, Lisa Lawrence (seated left) and Sandy Williams, along with Kevin Clarke (standing left) and Alvin Johnson, pose for the camera.
The Sentry team, Lisa Lawrence (seated left) and Sandy Williams, along with Kevin Clarke (standing left) and Alvin Johnson, pose for the camera.
The Tourism Enhancement Fund team (from left) Daalon Myers, Diane Brown-Allen and Richelle Clarke (back row), with Janell Williams (seated front), make a pretty picture.
The Tourism Enhancement Fund team (from left) Daalon Myers, Diane Brown-Allen and Richelle Clarke (back row), with Janell Williams (seated front), make a pretty picture.
University of the West Indies, Mona, Western Jamaica campus CARIMAC Public Relations 2013 students, Stacy-Ann Dunkley (left) and Shanelle Baker at their 'Securing A Nation' expo at the Half Moon Conference Centre in Montego Bay.
University of the West Indies, Mona, Western Jamaica campus CARIMAC Public Relations 2013 students, Stacy-Ann Dunkley (left) and Shanelle Baker at their 'Securing A Nation' expo at the Half Moon Conference Centre in Montego Bay.
President of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Davon Crump (left), and chairman of the Business Process Industry of Jamaica, Yoni Epstein, at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Western Jamaica campus, CARIMAC Public Relations Class of 2013 expo at the Half Moon Conference Centre in Montego Bay.
President of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Davon Crump (left), and chairman of the Business Process Industry of Jamaica, Yoni Epstein, at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Western Jamaica campus, CARIMAC Public Relations Class of 2013 expo at the Half Moon Conference Centre in Montego Bay.

Janet Silvera, Senior Gleaner Writer

WESTERN BUREAU:

A mobile emergency medical response watch by Guardsman Alarms, wireless video technology from Sitewatch, and the MOD office's electronic surveillance were just a few of the security offerings at the 'Securing A Nation' expo in Montego Bay on Wednesday.

The event, organised by the University of the West Indies, Mona, Western Jamaica campus, Public Relations Class of 2013 and the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, was held at the Half Moon Conference Centre.

The exhibitors, who all positioned themselves differently, gave insights into the future of security in the country.

It was an event that saw Hawkeye showcasing its vehicle-tracking system, Scotiabank reassuring potential clients and customers about the need for online security, and Marksman presenting an exciting dog show.

Other companies participating in the two-day exhibition included the Centre for Investigation of Sexual Offences, the University of the West Indies, Mona, Western Jamaica campus, King Alarm and Sentry Security Services and Telegens.

Discussions surrounding organised and cybercrime in the parish of St James were the highlights of the inaugural event, which concluded with a self-defence class for women by Marksman.

'Securing A Nation' expo was sponsored by the Tourism Enhancement Fund, Marksman, Half Moon, A Rock Resort, Rainforest Seafoods, Secret Resorts and Spa, Western Union, Telegens Inc, Caribbean Producers, Pier One, AICAD Service Professionals, Jackie Jackson and Exclusive Holidays.

janet.silvera@gleanerjm.com


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