JCF to get Vehicles to Transport Prisoners UncategorizedMay 15, 2006 RelatedJCF to get Vehicles to Transport Prisoners Advertisements RelatedJCF to get Vehicles to Transport Prisoners FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Ministry of National Security today (May 15), signed a contract for the acquisition of five specialised vehicles for the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), to be used in transporting detained prisoners from penal institutions and lock-ups to courthouses.The $18 million contract was signed by Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security, Gilbert Scott and General Manager of GM Challenger Transport Ltd., Nigel Pagan, at the Ministry’s Oxford Road office in Kingston.According to the Permanent Secretary, the acquisition of the vehicles would supplement the current capacity of the JCF and enhance the security of prisoners being transported and the officers who transport them.“The vehicles are specifically designed with security provisions to ensure the containment of prisoners being transported and will ensure the safety of officers who are carrying them,” he said.Mr. Pagan pointed out that the vehicles would be manufactured by General Motors, which will configure the interiors to suit the needs of the Government. He further noted that the delivery date for the vehicles was set for August this year.The contract to secure the vehicles was approved by Cabinet on April 10. Speaking at a post-Cabinet press briefing last month, Information and Development Minister, Senator Colin Campbell, pointed out that the acquisition of the vehicles, “will ease the severe shortage of adequate vehicles to transport prisoners”.“The lack of these vehicles is severely restricting the movement of detainees to and from courts and is contributing to the backlog of court cases,” the Information Minister noted at the time. RelatedJCF to get Vehicles to Transport Prisoners
Obama Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Chicago, USA March 5, 2018 Published by Ivona Pocket Reddit Alpbach Scholarship Programme Latvian Government Study Scholarships for International Students in Latvia Ginetta Sagan Award 2018 for Women Human Rights Defenders → ← Future Leaders Connect 2018 by British Council Deadline: 10 April 2018Open to: rising leaders from around the worldScholarship: fully fundedDescriptionThe Obama Foundation Scholars Program will give rising young leaders around the world who are already making a difference in their communities the opportunity to take their work to the next level through a newly designed curriculum that brings together academic, skills-based, and hands-on learning. The Scholars Program empowers individuals with a proven commitment to service with the tools they need to make their efforts more effective, to identify innovative solutions to complex global problems, and promote change through values-based leadership.The program will build lasting relationships among emerging leaders who are committed to working together to solve the most pressing challenges of our time, creating a global network that reaches across issues and borders. After completing the program, Obama Foundation Scholars will return to their communities and continue the important work they started in the program by implementing their own personalized action plan. They will also have an opportunity to play a role in the Obama Foundation’s efforts to inspire, train, and connect rising leaders from around the globe.EligibilityRising leaders from around the world who meet the below criteria are encouraged to apply:Significant work experience and professional accomplishments with a clear trajectory of increasing impact;Demonstrated record of community service or working for the public good, either through a full-time professional role or significant engagement outside of primary employment;Possess a clear focus on a globally applicable challenge;A clear commitment to return to and reinvest your new skills in your community after the program concludes.ScholarshipThe Obama Foundation Scholars Program offers an extraordinary scholarship that covers:Tuition and expenses and provides a monthly living stipend;Funding for books and course materials;Opportunities to experience unique out-of-the-classroom programming;Any travel costs for these experiences will also be fully covered.How to Apply?All applicants must complete the online application and include the following, which are required to apply for the Harris MA-IDP and participation in Obama Foundation Scholars Program:Transcripts;Test Scores;Work Experience;3 Letters of Recommendation;2 Short Essay Responses.For more information please visit the official website. Similar Stories Tweet LinkedIn 0 IARC WHO Senior Visiting Scientist Award in France Share 0 +1
Chelsea bring back an old Jose Mourinho ruse “I think it is a bad injury,” said the angry coach. “He had a small injury that stopped him from playing the last couple of matches, but the medical department said he was 100 percent ready for last Saturday (against Huddersfield). CET Ander Herrera went off injured in the 18th minute and the coach said it was the fault of medical staff saying that the Spaniard was fit, when he wasn’t. Jose Mourinho railed against his medical staff during the 0-0 draw with Sevilla, perhaps as a way of drawing conversation away from a lamentable attacking performance at the Sanchez-Pizjuan by his side. Mourinho culpa a los médicos de la lesión de Ander Herrera Patricia Martínez Upd. at 13:42 22/02/2018 RELATED STORIES “We didn’t play him to give him more time to work and more protection, but it looks like he was not fully fit.” IN SPORT.ES Jose Mourinho’s son shows off his love of Lionel Messi again
By Nick Creely Labor candidate for La Trobe Simon Curtis has pledged $4.5 million for much needed works at Toomuc Reserve in Pakenham,…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
The Nelson Selects came out on the short end of a 3-2 score in the U12 Girl’s bronze medal game of the 13th annual Little Bear Youth Soccer Tournament Sunday in Revelstoke.Nelson lost to the host Revelstoke squad by the single goal in the medal round. The tournament was the first time this season the Selects played in an eight-vs-eight event. Normally the squad plays 11-a-side so the players needed to adjust to net size and different positions. Still the squad, led by the offensive showing of Emily Graeme, Amy Hodgson, Emma Wheeldon and Laurel Halleran, played well against much older teams. Nelson finished the tournament with 1-2-1 record, with the highlight of the weekend coming against Canmore Blacks. The Selects scored a 1-1 draw against the silver medal winners from Alberta. Nelson defeated Canmore Reds before losing to Kootenay South 3-1. Graeme paced the Selects attack with four goals while Hodgson added a pair. Wheeldon and Halleran each scored singles. Emma Gregorich was solid between the pipes all weekend for the Selects. The Revelstoke tournament is the final Rep event of the season. However, the future looks bright for this team — which plays three 10-year-olds on the field — as most of the squad is back for another season.
Derek McGrath is the Waterford Manager. He spoke to Coilin Duffy after it was confirmed that Conor Gleeson would miss the finalAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/DEREK%20MCGRATH%20PRE%20ALL%20IRELAND%20FINAL%20OTL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Minor Final between Galway and Cork throws in at 1.15 followed by the Senior Final between Galway and Waterford at 3.30 Today, we hear from both Managers.First is Galway Manager Micheal Donoghue. He Spoke To Sean Walsh earlier this weekAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/MICHEAL%20DONOGHUE%20PRE%20WATERFORD%20OTL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Route To The FinalLeinster Quarter-FinalsGalway 2-28 Dublin 1-17Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-9 (0-5f), C Cooney 1-3, C Whelan 0-5, J Flynn 1-2, D Burke 0-3, N Burke 0-2, J Cooney, C Mannion, T Monaghan, É Burke 0-1 each. Munster Senior Hurling ChampionshipMunster Semi-FinalsWaterford 1-15 Cork 0-23Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-5 (0-1f), M Shanahan 1-1 (0-1f), S Bennett, A Gleeson, J Barron 0-2 each, B O’Halloran, S Bennett, K Moran 0-1 each. Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship FinalCorcaigh v Gaillimh, Páirc an Chrócaigh, 1.15print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Waterford 4-19 Cork 0-20Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-8 (5f), J Barron 2-1; K Moran 0-4; A Gleeson 1-2, M Walsh 1-0; D Fives, C Gleeson, B O’Halloran, M Shanahan 0-1. All-Ireland Hurling Final Sunday….GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship FinalGaillimh v Port Láirge, Páirc an Chrócaigh, 3.30 Leinster Semi-FinalsGalway 0-33 Offaly 1-11Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-7 (0-6f), C Whelan 0-7, N Burke 0-5, S Maloney 0-4, A Harte 0-3, P Mannion 0-2, C Mannion 0-2, J Coen 0-2, C Cooney 0-1. All-Ireland Quarter-FinalsWaterford 1-23 Wexford 1-19Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-9 (0-9f), K Moran 1-3, A Gleeson 0-3 (0-1f), B O’Halloran, M Shanahan 0-2 each, C Gleeson, J Dillon, M Walsh, D Fives 0-1 each. Leinster FinalGalway 0-29 Wexford 1-17Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-10 (0-8f, 0-1 65, 0-1 sideline), C Cooney 0-8 (0-1f), J Cooney 0-5, N Burke 0-2, D Burke, P Mannion, T Monaghan and S Maloney 0-1 each. All-Ireland Semi-FinalsGalway 0-22 Tipperary 1-18Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-11 (0-6f, 0-1 ’65, 0-1 sideline), C Whelan 0-4, C Cooney and J Coen 0-2 each, J Cooney, P Mannion (0-1f), D Burke 0-1 each. Qualifiers Round 2Waterford 4-23 Kilkenny 2-22Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-6 (0-5f, 0-1 ’65), J Barron, M Shanahan (0-3f) 1-3 each, A Gleeson 0-5, Shane Bennett, M Walsh 1-0 each, T Ryan, K Moran 0-2 each, J Dillon, P Curran 0-1 each. Tomorrow is D-Day for The Galway Senior And Minor Hurling Teams as they feature on All-Ireland Sunday. All-Ireland QualifiersQualifiers Round 1Waterford 1-35 Offaly 0-14Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony (0-11, 0-7 frees, 0-1 ’65); A Gleeson (0-6); P Curran (0-4, 0-2 frees, 0-1 ’65); Shane Bennett (1-0); K Moran, D Fives, J Barron, M Shanahan, C Dunford (0-2 each); J Dillon, T De Burca, T Ryan, M Walsh (0-1 each).