a threat to Mandeville's development, says senior cop
RHOMA TOMLINSON Observer writer | Monday,
July 02, 2012
Manchester — Assistant Commissioner of Police Derrick Cochrane has warned that
crime could pose the biggest threat to Mandeville's highly anticipated
transformation into a world-class education and information technology hub — a
status that both political, education and business leaders have been pushing
for over the last few years.
who is head of the Area Three Division (St Elizabeth, Manchester, Clarendon)
issued the warning at the recent Leaders' symposium hosted by Northern Caribbean
University to discuss how best to transform the growing central Jamaica capital
into a premier university town. The forum was one of a series of activities to
mark the inauguration of the institution's 23rd president, Dr Trevor Gardner.