Somewhat Belated Congratulations to the 2017-18 Jamaican Chevening Scholars!


I don’t know how or why, but I forgot to share this information on our newest group of wonderful Chevening Scholars! How could I? Especially since I met one of them recently for the first time – and “impressed” is not a strong enough word. He should have a thousand hugs (Craig Dixon will be doing … More Somewhat Belated Congratulations to the 2017-18 Jamaican Chevening Scholars!

JCF Administrative Review Committee Clears JCF…Of Pretty Much Everything


Originally posted on Right Steps & Poui Trees:
Two days ago (August 8, 2017) Commissioner of Police George Quallo released the “Report of Administrative Review Committee Appointed to Review Conduct of JCF Named Officers During the 2010 West Kingston Operation and Related Matters”. ? (Click for JCF West Kingston Administrative Review Committee Report – June 2017)…

JFJ Concerned By Plan to Abolish Right to Trial By Jury in Certain Murder Cases Without Consultation


I heard something about this in the news the other day, and thought it was someone in Government just “flying a kite.” I didn’t know we were supposed to regard this as the government’s serious and considered plan. So when this press release from Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) landed in my inbox yesterday, I was … More JFJ Concerned By Plan to Abolish Right to Trial By Jury in Certain Murder Cases Without Consultation

When Will The Public See The JCF Administrative Review Report, Commissioner Quallo?


Originally posted on Right Steps & Poui Trees:
Last Friday, July 28, 2017, the High Command of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) released the following statement indicating that it has completed an Administrative Review into the May 2010 operation in Western Kingston.Jul.28l.17 – High Command responds to Editorial The release referred to a Gleaner editorial…