The Jamaican Constitution came into effect on July 23, 1962. There are ten chapters in the Constitution. Read more
New Justice Facility Equipped to Serve Public Read More
Combating Trafficking in Persons in Jamaica. Read More
The Ministry of Justice takes steps towards moderninsing the Justice Framework. Read more
The National Plan of Action for Child Justice was prompted by the concerns of the State regarding the protection and care of children. Read more!
The Victim Support Programme of Jamaica, operated by the Ministry of Justice, is intended to assist persons against whom crimes have been committed. Read more
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Dangerous Drugs Act Fact Sheet Booklet
Forms for making applications under section 7D(6), 7D(8) and 7H of the Dangerous Drugs Act (as amended)
The Victim Support Unit of Jamaica (VSU), operated by the Ministry of Justice is intended to assist persons...
The Government of Jamaica has created a four year National Plan of Action for
Child Justice (2010 to 2014)
Restorative justice is an approach to justice that focuses on the needs of the victims and the offenders.
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