Lawmen to employ zero-tolerance approach to policing this year’s staging of Sting
As patrons get ready for this evening’s staging of “Sting” at the Jamworld Entertainment Complex in Portmore, the St. Catherine South police say they will employ a zero-tolerance approach to policing the event.
Commanding Officer for the division, Superintendent Christopher Phillips told IRIE FM News that his team has already embarked on a traffic management system to reduce challenges.
He also noted that steps are being taken to ensure that patrons do not enter the entertainment event with prohibited items.
This year, “Sting” celebrates its 40th anniversary with performances from 10 musical giants including Capleton, Tanya Stephens and Bounty Killer.