Police assure that Safe Schools Unit is active in several school in St Elizabeth

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

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6 schoolboys arrested for house breaking, in St. Elizabeth, last night

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

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JTA urges adults not to expose children to violence

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

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Government launches comprehensive campaign to transform Jamaica’s driving culture and reduce road fatalities

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

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JTA deeply concerned about the safety of  teacher who has been missing since Monday

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

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JCC calls on the nation’s churches to do more to engage children in spiritually uplifting activities

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

Read More

Students and staff at Pembroke Hall Primary to get counselling today following killing of night watchman on school’s compound

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

Read More

Education Minister condemns continued practice of speeding on nation’s roadways; it has resulted in deaths of several children

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

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TA’s Managing Director urges citizens to lookout for fraud through use of public officials’ identities

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

Read More

47-year-old graphic artist killed in two-vehicle collision on Winston Jones Highway in Manchester this morning

The St Elizabeth police have assured that the Safe Schools Unit is active in several institutions across the parish and have been intervening in situations involving students.

Head of the division Superintendent Coleridge Minto said support is being given to schools, to stem crime and violence.

The assurance comes amid reports that six high school boys were arrested, on Thursday on allegations of committing house break -ins.

Superintendent Minto said the boys, aged 13 to 16 years, were taken into custody, following an operation in the Malvern police area.

Several household appliances were also recovered during the operation.

Superintendent Minto said the court is to decide whether the teens will be granted bail.

Read More