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Communication/Social Marketing Coordinator at the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP), Patrice Nephew, speaking at a recent JIS ‘Think Tank’ about the Programme’s transition process. The CSJP will end its third and final phase in 2019.
PHOTO: Communication/Social Marketing Coordinator at the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP), Patrice Nephew, speaking at a recent JIS ‘Think Tank’ about the Programme’s transition process. The CSJP will end its third and final phase in 2019. ......................... (Contributed by the Jamaica Information Service) A transition plan for the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP...

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Communication/Social Marketing Coordinator at the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP), Patrice Nephew, speaking at a recent JIS ‘Think Tank’ about the Programme’s transition process. The CSJP will end its third and final phase in 2019.
Assistant Community Action Officer, Rocque Ferguson, who has been awarded the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) Foundation and Korea East West Power (EWP) scholarship.
Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) scholarship beneficiary and De La Vega City Community Development Committee (CDC) volunteer, Richard Dumphrey, assists a resident in using the Essential Learning Programme in the community centre.
Shauntai Burke, who has received invaluable support from the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) is encouraging other young people facing challenges to never give up on their dreams.
Twenty-four year old entrepreneur and Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) beneficiary, Edward Jackson (2nd right), stands with his employees Karon Ashmed (left), Kavar Barnaby (2nd left) and Lascelles Wright (right) at their graduation from the Career Advancement Programme in July at the St. Andrew Technical High School.
Commanding Officer of the Jamaica Defence Force’s (JDF) 1 Engineering Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Martin Rickman (standing), outlines details of the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) internship initiative to representatives of private-sector organisations who attended the recent Career Day exposition at the JDF’s headquarters at Up Park Camp in Kingston.