PM Holness says Jamaica is considering training Haitian Police
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says Jamaica continues to explore how it can train Haiti’s police officers, to better help that country to address the ongoing crime problem.
He made the disclosure while addressing the opening of the Caribbean National Security Conference, CANSEC, at the Hilton Rose Hall Hotel in Montego Bay, St. James, this morning.
Noting the deteriorating security situation in Haiti, Mr. Holness said like other countries in the region, Jamaica is playing its part to help that country.
He said among the strategies being considered, is the training of the Haitian National Police.
He added that the conference being held under the theme, “Strengthening Regional Security Through Informed Action” will help to address several issues affecting the region.