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The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) warns Event Planners Of Abusing the Extension of the cut-off time during the festive season

Get the Facts | January 16, 2020
The end of the year is fast approaching and so too are the usual parties to ring in the New Year! This festive season promises to be even more exciting for party goers as the cut off times for events were have been temporarily extended. However the onus is on promoters and party planners to ensure they do not abuse this privilege. We’ll tell you why on this week’s Get the Facts.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
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