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Another British cop starts next week in Jamaica

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Another British detective is expected to finalise his contract in order to work as an assistant commissioner of police in Jamaica.
With the entry of that detective, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) moves one step closer to recruiting four more senior British officers to join Mark Sheilds, deputy commissioner of police in charge of crime. Shields has held his current portfolio since March 2005.
The senior British officers are to be brought in at the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police.
All of the officers are being recruited on three-year contracts.
The four were selected following advertisements in policing magazines in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Australia. Only the British applicants were successful.
Derrick Smith, Opposition spokesman for national security, continued to give conditional support to the recruitment. "The Opposition has already signed off on this, but we still insist that these foreign functionaries must be for a specific period not exceeding four years in the first instance," Smith said.
The Police Officers Association had last year written to Minister of National Security Dr. Peter Phillips expressing concerns about the recruitment of foreigners to their ranks.

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simple, build more educatinal programs for the youth teach them about there african history so they have self confidence where ever they go more opertunity for the poor to make a living instead of turning to illegal ways to make money when a Jamaican get deport make a way for them to earn a living and stop sell out the country to white people.
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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Dundas Miah
This is so gross, I would not take it so far and besides they have Pedophiles in Jamaica longtime and you know it to.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

jamican indian
how can jamaica employ white police man from united kingdom, he might be a paedophile
By dundus miah @ savvanah la mar
Monday, January 30, 2006

Agree With your Comments
Spirt, I did not notice your comment before, I was just responding to another writer and also writing from my heart. Yes what you said is true.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Lincoln , I'm glad someone else see what I have foresee. Re-read my comment at the start of the topic. I too have a funny feeling about this. They are so tricky at times you can't trust their means of help. It's sad to be living in this beautiful world/life thinking that if someone tries to help you they're planning on hurt you as well.
By spirit @ NEW YORK, NY 

Thursday, January 26, 2006

British Police In Jamaica
We only hear about two. Everything start from a small number, what about the undercover that might be there? Do you think England was going to send only two officer in a jungle, you are joking anyway you ask for it and you get it. I could see it comming. You are going to go to Bed one night and wake up in the morning and see your coast line change, you think the few Gunmen in Jamaica can manage these people if they decide to fight, who make the Guns? and would sell your best Arms? Wake up stop let the world see Jamaica as a Barbarian society it is not important to you , but it is important to other countries, look at the location. Gunmen are giving away Jamaica and they dont know.
By Lincoln @ Canada 

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Foreign Police Officer
Come to think of it , I think we were better off when we were Slaves, at least so many did not die per year by the wip. What is point on been independent if you cant live out your life span or sleep in you house at nights. Gum Man shoot you outside and thief come down through your roof in the nights. Might as well we go back in Slavery and go make the White breakfast and wash them Pickney clothes.
By Concern Jamaican @ Some where in the world 

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Recruiting british officers
I think the situation in jamaica is way bad. We need to do whatever it takes to get things back to, or as close to a peacefull and lawabiding society .If that means recruiting King kong as commisioner and osama binladen and jack the ripper as asst commisioner to get things under control then thats what we need to do
By murphy @ usa,pa
Friday, January 20, 2006

Help the people
I believe that we do need police presents in Jamaica, but what i don't believe in is the police abusing their authority just to show the people how really corrputed we really are as a nation. Help the people as you were hired and to do. Protect them and serve them. Don't kill them and abuse them.
By Wade Cameron @ USA, New York
Thursday, January 19, 2006

Equal rights and Justice
To call a Jamaican who was returned to his country, Jamaica a Deportee and blame them for all the crime is disengenuous at best. A Jamaican is a Jamaican, could be termed a deportee by the country they r sent from, but a Jamaican is a Jamaican. Our government must develop opportunities for all Jamaicans and to have have "brain gains.This side-show is a disgrace to alleviate govt. blamed!Kwame, terrorising Jamaicans will not reduced crime, rather the contrary ill occur. Good governance and making them into somebody ,who can achieve independence in Jamaica is the only method or the USA marine and the British greenberets, will be only solution!
By Nigga Joe @ Globalisation
Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Equal rights and Justice
To call a Jamaican who was returned to his country, Jamaica a Deportee and blame them for all the crime is disengenuous at best. A Jamaican is a Jamaican, could be termed a deportee by the country they r sent from, but a Jamaican is a Jamaican. Our government must develop opportunities for all Jamaicans and to have have "brain gains.This side-show is a disgrace to alleviate govt. blamed!Kwame, terrorising Jamaicans will not reduced crime, rather the contrary ill occur. Good governance and making them into somebody ,who can achieve independence in Jamaica is the only method or the USA marine and the British greenberets, will be only solution!
By Nigga Joe @ Globalisation
Wednesday, January 18, 2006

I believe that money spent in order to save people's lives is money well spent but there is also a saying that says "prevention is better than cure" if we try as a nation to help our young people who are the next generation and will direct the path our nation will take in the coming century, how about investing some money in them make it accessable for youths to get a better education and more programs availble for our them to get job training start helping our single parent homes who need some assistance in taking care of their families "wake up Jamaica" turn your eyes back to "God" and then will see cange!
By Blessed @ New Jersey
Wednesday, January 18, 2006

outside help
I am a little torn with the idea that we over step good officers that we have in jamaica. But i too am a victim of this gun violence in my country. My cousin was murdered last year. So if these officers can make a difference and make changes then we should welcome them with open arms. Jamaica needs change. It is just too painful to watch the country that our parents and their parents fight so hard to build just goes to waste. We need positive change
By paula @ canada 

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Do you think it makes sense to spend tax payers money to feed the most violent criminals in prison for the rest of their lives while people on the street are hungry? I refuse to spend a penny on these animals, who are responsible killing our fathers, mothers and kids.

It cost an average $10,000 US ($640,000 Jam$) to care for one murderer in prison. It costs us over half-a-million dollars per year to support each inmate. The hard facts are that, although we spend over two and a quarter billion dollars each year to house, feed and (attempt to) rehabilitate felons, the expected returns (in crime reduction) are nowhere in sight.

We are forced to spend heavily on security and justice but every day maleficent factions within society work assiduously at terrorizing, exploiting and preying upon others. DEATH PENALTY FOR THOSE MURDERERS!
By Kwame @ Spaldings, Jamaica 

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

eye for an eye leave the hole world blind
kwame i dont agree with u
do u realy think it is good do bring people so deep in coruption and crime (that comes from poverty)just to kill them off after???
u realy fullfill 100% the so called babylonplan!!
i think its better to fight the crime and corruption from the root.
that means real independence have to bee, other partnerships than with the usa should be build up much bigger.
leave the wild west and become normal west
all guns out, no more clint eastwood culture
its better to box each other in fight than to gundown each other direct, an USA Thing that.


Teach ure sons to be a respectable rightfull persons, and not to be a tough guy, wild and bad who want to see people hanghigh!!
By smoke @ germany
Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Control Your Temper Too
Spirit I agree and disagree with you. The reason why I say this is, if Jamaican as an independent nation learn to behave themselves there would be no need for foreign Police Men to be there in the first place. The old saying says, if you make your Bed hard then you will have to sleep in it hard. It is fulltime for Jamaicans to act more responsible and stop the killing. They are beautiful intellegent people and they can do better, just try and see what will happen.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Monday, January 16, 2006

As this article reads "The Opposition already sign off". Thats what happen in the first place why Jamaica is so mash up. Instead of the two parties coming together and sought out the problem. They're fighting against each other. Too much of Jamaica is being sold out. These people come and set up big place to attract the people's eyes ; when they get their "big load" of profit ; then they close their business and go back to their country. No money is turning back in Jamaica. Everybody come use it and leave.
By spirit @ NEW YORK, NY 

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Reguating the voilence in Jamaica is a very good thing. I have some concerns, here in the U.S.A. majority of the police are prejudice and the laws are not protecting the people the way it should. Police brutality is very common even with law-abiding citizen as well. They do things out of the Judicial Consititution as they go by daily and they are not penalized. Yes, Jamaica have corrupt police too; but if they are not coming to help Jamaica be a better place; then I don't see the need. We don't want their perjudice, corrupt, unfair, brutal minded police in our country. We have enough already. Can we get some feed back on this issue from Britains on the performance of their police force. People it may sounds good; but pray to God we don't end up saying "If we did know'; because it always come too late.
By spirit @ NEW YORK, NY 

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Welcome new officer
With the gang war that is going on and murder rate that is out of control. The Government have no choice but to take these steps. Something has to be done. They can not stand by and watch innocent people murdered. I think the Jamaica Government should pass a new Anti-Terrorist law and treat these gangsters as terrorist. When the army goes into these gang infested areas they should not go in as peace brokers but, as an anti-terrorist unit. This is our country also. If you are found not guilty you should be treated like wise. But if you are found guilty for murder or any other violation you should be treated like a criminal. On the murder issue, it might seem cold but the Death Penalty is needed in Jamaica.

Jamaicans should welcome people with new ideas when is comes to fighting crime and violence until we can manage this upsurge by our self.
By Kwame @ Spaldings, Jamaica 

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Angry Jamaican living in America
I am very happy that there will be some kind of intervention from britian. Jamaica is so corrupted that i believe that politics plays a role in the killings and brutality. Some Jamaicans don't respect the law and something needs to be done so they can take authority seriously. There needs to be soldiers on each street corner 24/7. Not just when a war break out. In New York City police is on every street corner in the all worse neighborhoods. Come on Jamaica give me a break; we can fight crime but the politics have to stop.
By Teisha @ New York State 

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Long Time!!!
Long time dis fi gwaan!!! wi need fi bring in some serious ppl an gi di dutty, curupt police dem a back burner. Dem need fi bring in more!!!
By ... @ Jam Rock 

Saturday, January 14, 2006

recruitment of foreigners to their ranks
This is what jamaica shuold have done a long time ago while fassi whole PJ was sitting on his ass jamaicans died these foreigners would do alot better than the corrupt and murderous jamaican flat foot police. I know alot of people blame the deportees fro the crime in jamaica but what they the powers that be try to do is deflect the fact that alot of jamaicans live in absolute poverty.
By unsensored commentor @ JA 

Saturday, January 14, 2006

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