SDC as a major sponsor of its Twenty/20 National Community Cricket Competition for the second consecutive year.
This Sunday May 4, residents of August Town in St. Andrew will take to the streets for the Peace, Love and Unity March. The event is being organized by the Greater August Town Ministerial Fraternity in association with the Ministry of National Security and the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
The tour recently stopped at Vauxhall High, Holy Trinity High and Kingston High. And come next month, the CSJP team will roll into Irwin High in St. James
Rocque Ferguson from August Town in St. Andrew.
The CSJP provided the tools required for the programme as well as a stipend to the students to assist with expenses. And… Innswood provided the physical infrastructure and teachers for the classes.
5 young men who have benefitted from assistance through the Citizen Security and Justice Programme now have the chance of a lifetime with Prime Developments Limited.
A partnership to increase literacy and numeracy levels in volatile communities across the island.
CSJP has forged a partnership with the Caribbean Maritime Institute, CMI to provide training in high demand areas for at-risk youth.
The Men with a Message inspire students at Bog Walk High in St. Catherine.
CSJP Partners with JCF Community Safety and Security Branch to stage Peace Day Concert.
A group of men came together in the community to inspire change from within the home.
The government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Jamaica Public Service Company, JPSco which will give 20 youngsters from CSJP communities in the corporate area valuable work experience.
The Newton Police Youth Club has organized a weekly Junior Home Work programme and math class. And members have also been involved in community outreach and charitable activities.
Close to 200 young persons in Tivoli Gardens and neighboring communities recently benefitted from the West Kingston Career Fair.
CSJP Implemented a skills training initiatives, scholarship programmes and on the job training, the CSJP team has been strengthening the capacity of Trench Town’s community groups.
The community of Maverley in Kingston,plans are in high gear for the rollout of a breakfast programme.
Successes being reaped through the CSJP’s partnership with the Unite for Change campaign.
Phase two of the Citizen Security and Justice programme, also known as CSJP 2, was launched in 2011 with the objective of reducing major crimes and interpersonal violence, as well as increasing the perception of safety in 50 inner city communities across the island.
Community groups and benevolent societies from several communities in Kingston and St. Andrew, with the help and sponsorship of the Citizens Security and Justice Programme have staged Christmas treats to help ensure residents had a Merry Christmas.
Top Range Community of Mountain View Youth Club hosted a five a side football fiesta dubbed ‘King of the Streets’!