Minister of Justice, Delroy Chuck responds to questions from the floor during the first in a series of sensitization sessions with community leaders, held at the Justice Ministry Complex in Kingston, Thursday, September 1. The High Commissioner for Canada, Sylvain Fabi and Permanent Secretary in the Justice Ministry, Mrs. Carol Palmer also addressed the gathering.
Mrs. Carol Palmer, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Justice, Mrs. Carol Palmer wants to see more Jamaicans particularly those from the religious community getting more involved in addressing cases of violence and to report crime. She was speaking to worshippers at the Seventh-day Adventists’ Enditnow Women’s and Girls of Eloquence Morals and Standards (GEMS) Convention held at the West Jamaica Conference Centre in Montego Bay on August 27.
In making good on his promise, Delroy Chuck, Minister of Justice conducted a detailed tour of five courthouses in Kingston and St. Andrew. He noted the infrastructure of each facility and assured that a well needed facelift is necessary and changes are on the way.
The tours, on August 9 and 10 to the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Sutton Street Court, Half Way Tree Resident Magistrate’s Court and the Family Court, included the Justice Ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Mrs. Carol Palmer and Project Consultant, Mr. Vivian Gordon.