Since the inception of the Citizen Security and Justice Programme in 2001 over 20,000 youth have benefitted from the services of the programme. Phase three the final phase of the initiative will end in 2019. A transition plan is being developed for the initiative.
CSJP & Dela Vega & March Pen Benevolent Society Summer Bounce Camp 2017
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, we share how a young man’s job placement journey with the assistance of CSJP is changing his life in a positive way.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, we recap the annual August Town Arise Culture Fest
The Community Safety and Security Branch (CSSB) of the Jamaica Constabulary Force recently staged a beach cleanup at the Rae Town Fishing Beach in Eastern Kingston.
The Community Safety and Security Branch’s ‘Fisher Folks’ Initiative
Two new Restorative Justice Centres established in West Kingston
The annual Fathers and Sons Football and Dominoes Competition in Jones Town is the brainchild of CSJP Representative Marcia Flynn.
Violence interruption is an essential tool for the reduction and prevention of crime and violence under Phase III of the multi-faceted Citizen, Security and Justice Programme (CSJP).
Students in grades 4 to 6 who live in the Central Kingston community – Parade Gardens are benefitting from a math competition geared at motivating students to do well in the subject.
Sometimes we really do need a second chance because we weren’t quite ready for the first. Several residents in the Greater Brown’s Town area in Kingston are benefitting from a session geared at motivating and empowering them to make the best of their second chance and further their education.
The Ministry of Justice recently engaged a number of persons from targeted communities and trained them as Restorative Justice Facilitators.
Several volunteers gave the communities of Tower Hill, Drewsland and Maverley a well needed facelift on Tuesday, May 23 commemorated as Labour Day.
Over 400 residents in Rocky Point, Clarendon recently benefitted from the National Parenting Support Commission’s outreach programme “From Street Talk to Real Talk.”
Hundreds benefit from Social Services and Youth Empowerment Fair in Spanish Town St. Catherine.
The Ministry of National Security recently collaborated with the “Fi Wi Jamaica” Project, the Peace Management Initiative and the Social Development Commission to host a two day workshop to empower young men from various communities in the St. James.
From the tots to the seniors – Residents of the De La Vega city community in Spanish Town, St. Catherine were recently treated to a sports and fun day extravaganza
All the major groups in the Gayle community have come together to form an umbrella group, staging a sports and culture fest as part of this process.
Residents from the Parade Gardens community in Downtown Kingston, are among the latest to benefit from free legal services courtesy of the Legal Aid Council’s Mobile Justice Unit.
Teenage and multiple pregnancies as well as gender-based violence affects an individual emotionally and physically and also affects relationships and economic status. Four communities have been selected to benefit from workshops geared at sensitizing the residents about these issues and how to resolve them.