Sun | Nov 19, 2017

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Government of Jamaica has recently made the announcement to outlaw the use of corporal punishment as a method of curtailing the misbehaviour of children. This, the prime minister said, is a part of his administration's effort to...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent arrest of a mother reporting the sexual abuse of her son is a glaring example of the weaknesses of the police force in handling sensitive matters.Notwithstanding the establishment of the Centre for the Investigation of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It seems that the Government and some of those who support the introduction of the National Identification System (NIDS) are saying that the only way that a citizen can satisfactorily prove his identity as that particular person is...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Jamaica is a Third-World country with uniquely First-World output. My Jamaican people never fail to amaze me with their talents and diversity, comparable to any First-World country to which I have travelled.I can confidently say this...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The passage of the National Identification System bill makes for a great day for Jamaica.This is something that is necessary, on many fronts, in helping Jamaica assimilate into the 21st century quite purposefully, and progressively....

THE EDITOR, Sir:I've lived and worked in four countries, including the USA and Canada, however, I've never had a national identification system of the sort now proposed by the Government of Jamaica.In the USA,...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Please permit me space to relate a most pleasant experience with a police constable on Monday November 13.I was approaching the Harbour View roundabout in east Kingston when I noticed a police officer in the road signalling me to...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent arrest of a mother reporting the sexual abuse of her son by police officers at the Clarks Town Police Station is a glaring example of the weaknesses of the police force in handling sensitive matters.Notwithstanding the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:In response to a letter by the opposition spokesman on national security, Fitz Jackson, entitled 'Stubborn Holness Hinders Successful Crime Fight'; it is a matter of the pot calling the kettle black. This, from a man who knows his...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Jamaica's national security administration is in crisis. The Government has been callous and seemingly numb to the killing of Jamaicans. Since the incumbency of the Holness...
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