• Mr Shields says many opportunities exist outside of the Constabulary for police seeking better wages overseas.
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Police Officers Fleeing Jamaica Due To Low Salaries, Lack Of Resources – Shields

Mr Shields says many opportunities exist outside of the Constabulary for police seeking better wages overseas.

Road Safety Unit Black Box Technology To Reduce Road Fatalities

Mr Hare says the information from black boxes of vehicles involved in fatal crashes has also been useful in police investigations.

4 Students File Sexual Misconduct Complaints Against Lecturer At Edna Manley College

Mrs. Harding says the complaints date back to 2 years ago.

Former Edna Manley College Student Speaks Out About Being Sexually Harassed By Male Lecturer

As allegations of sexual misconduct continue to rock the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, a graduate of the the fine arts institution says she too...

Edna Manley Sexual Misconduct Allegations Date Back a Decade, says Lecturer

A Lecturer at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts says allegations of sexual misconduct involving a male lecturer at the institution date back to...

Murder Rate Still Too High Despite 7% Reduction – Shields

He says states of public emergency cannot be seen as the answer to solving Jamaica's crime problem.

Manchester, St. James & Kingston Central See Murder Spike Despite 7% Islandwide Reduction

The Manchester Police Division has recorded the biggest increase in murders.

Jamaicans Too Lackluster With Disaster Preparedness – ODPEM Boss

Ms Douglas says the government continues to build community resilience despite the social challenges.

Fatal Crashes Up 24%, 181 Killed in First Half of 2019

Fatalities have also increased by 16 percent when compared to the similar period for 2018.

Body of Edward P.G. Seaga Arrives In Jamaica On Sunday

He died in hospital in the United States on May 28.