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JAMAICA | PNP concerned over state of police wage negotiations with Gov't

Kingston, Jamaica November 22, 2018. The People’s National Party Shadow Minister of National Security, Mr. Fitz Jackson, has expressed alarm at the state of the salaries and benefits negotiations between the government and the Jamaica Police Federation, representing the country’s rank and file policemen and women.

JAMAICA | Jackson commends custom workers, JCF on gun find

KINGSTON, Jamaica, October 5, 2018: Opposition shadow Minister of National Security Fitz Jackson, is applauding members of The Jamaica Customs Agency  and the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) on the major gun and ammunition find at the Kingston container terminal on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.

JAMAICA | PNP Concerned over "Green Bikes" for JCF

KINGSTON, Jamaica, August 27, 2018: The People’s National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of National Security, Mr. Fitz Jackson, says the latest acquisition of motorbikes and supportive accessories for the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is a positive development.

JAMAICA | PNP seeks legal advice on approval of 29 gun licences by Montague

Kingston, Jamaica, August 14, 2018: The People’s National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of National Security, Fitz Jackson, M.P., says the party has sought legal advice in relation to the 29 gun license approvals, which former National Security Minister, Robert Montague, granted after they were rejected by the established Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) mechanisms on account of adverse traces.

JAMAICA | PNP disturbed over Montague's decision to issue certain firearm licences

Kingston, Jamaica, August 11, 2018: Opposition Shadow Minister of National Security, Fitz Jackson, M.P., says the recent revelation that the former Minister of National Security, Robert Montague overruled the recommendations of the country’s intelligence and security authorities and granted firearm licences to persons with adverse findings is unnerving, considering the high murder rate being experienced across the island.
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