Chuck Urges JPs to Visit Lockups JusticeOctober 21, 2011 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — Minister of Justice, Hon. Delroy Chuck, has urged Justices of the Peace (JPs) to visit the jails regularly and demand that they are kept in proper sanitary conditions, and that inmates are rightfully detained. Mr. Chuck, who was speaking at a Special Meeting with JPs in Toll Gate, Clarendon on Wednesday (October 19) at the Juici Patties office, emphasized that when they visit the jails, theys must pay careful attention to the station’s logbooks, to ensure that persons are not detained beyond the time for which the law provides and that the jails are habitable. “I want you to work with the Custos to ensure that the jails are habitable places for human beings. We have to clean up these jails cells, it is human beings that we are putting in them and we must treat them like human beings,” the Minister said. He noted that anyone can end up behind bars, and if they even have to spend just one hour in there, at least, it should be pleasant and decent. “I am going to make sure that we can really move out injustice at every level of our criminal justice system. It is important for all of us… let us do justice in our court system and (our) justice system,” he told the audience. Mr. Chuck said that keeping the jails clean was one aspect of delivering and ensuring justice to accused persons, and the vigilance of the JPs can help to improve the infrastructure. “Between the Ministry of National Security and the Ministry of Justice, we want the courthouses and the police stations to be places where you don’t have to hold your nose, or close your eyes, to visit. They can be attractive places,” he stated. Advertisements RelatedChuck Urges JPs to Visit Lockups By Garfield L. Angus, JIS Reporter RelatedChuck Urges JPs to Visit Lockups RelatedChuck Urges JPs to Visit Lockups
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The opening period resembled a track meet as UNA raced out to a 25-22 lead. The second quarter had three lead changes with the Argos closing the half with two Bobos free throws and a Meyer jumper to take a 43-40 lead into the locker room. at Shorter 1/7/2017 – 2:00 pm ET Courtney Meyer added 14 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks, and Alex Coyne posted 13 points and nine boards along with six assists to put four players in double figures for the tenth time in 11 games. Preview Watch Live UWF scored the first seven points of the third quarter, grabbing a 50-40 advantage just past the midway point of the frame, before UNA scored the final seven points to close to within 50-47 before the horn. UWF used a 9-3 run to start the fourth and put the game out of reach. The Lions got with six points before UWF eventually closed the game on a 9-2 stretch. BOX SCORE: PDF | HTMLPENSACOLA, Fla. – A trio of UWF players went for double-doubles and the Argonauts used a dominating fourth quarter to defeat North Alabama, 73-60 at the UWF Field House Monday. Next Game: Katie Bobos had a game-high 19 points on a season-high 53 percent shooting night to go along with 10 rebounds and three blocks for her second-consecutive double-double, while Toni Brewer contributed 16 points and 13 boards for her tenth double-double of the year. UWF (9-2, 4-1 Gulf South) shot 44 percent in the game but again got a suffocating effort on defense and on the glass to pull away down the stretch. The Argonauts grabbed twice as many caroms as the Lions, ending with a 58-29 margin. Full Schedule Roster UNA (9-2, 3-2) lost its second-straight game while shooting a season-low 31 percent overall and 21 percent from outside. Monday marked the seventh time and third-consecutive game the Argos have held an opponent to 22 percent or less from outside. Live Stats UWF will hit the road this week, traveling to Shorter and Lee. Saturday’s game at Shorter tips off at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time, while Monday’s contest at Lee will begin at 6:00 p.m. ET. Print Friendly Version