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Crime, Justice and Security in Jamaica and the Caribbean (CaribNation TV)

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CaribNation TV: Host  – Ambassador Curtis A. Ward

cropped-logoGuests:  Sha-Shana Crichton, Professor of Law and Wilfred Rattigan, Former FBI Agent

Crime, Justice and Security in Jamaica and the Caribbean (Video)

In an incisive discussion of “Crime, Justice and Security,” my guests – Law Professor Sha-Shana Crichton and former FBI Agent Wilfred Rattigan, Esq. – and I explored a number of issues which contribute to crime, deficiencies in the criminal justice system, and security, and offer some ways towards solving some of these problems.  Our discussions also identified the lack of political will to support measures necessary to reform law enforcement and related services. Our discussion could not cover all related problems nor provide all the answers during this short, but interesting discussion. (Ambassador Curtis Ward) (Video of full discussion below.)

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About the author

Ambassador Curtis A. Ward

Ambassador Curtis A. Ward is a former Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of Jamaica to the United Nations with Special Responsibility for Security Council Affairs (1999-2002) serving on the UN Security Council for two years. He served three years as Expert Adviser to the UN Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee. He is an Attorney-at-Law and International Consultant with extensive knowledge and experience in national and international legal and policy frameworks for effective implementation of United Nations (UN) and other international anti-terrorism mandates; the legal and administrative requirements to effectively implement and enforce anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism (AML/CFT); extensive knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for effective implementation and enforcement of United Nations multilateral and U.S.-imposed unilateral sanctions; and the imperatives for Rule of Law and governance.

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