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Security & Professionalism are our trademarks.

S.A.M.S was established in March 1987 by three former army officers with the aim of offering a professional, comprehensiv e security management service. The simple fact of the matter was that the principle of a man, with a gun and a dog, being security was not absolute.

The company was founded on the premise that security must be appropriately treated as a management function which, like all other aspects of management, directly affects the long-term financial viability of every business.

S.A.M.S is adept at solving security problems, and since we do not work off a template, but rather treat each client as if they were our only client, we have to be flexible.

We are a solutions driven company, and we wholeheartedly believe that all security problems that are presented to us can, and will be solved.

Suffice it to say, our reputation has grown to the extent that our very presence in a company can, and freq uently does, act as a deterrent to potential wrongdoers.

Much of what we do has to do with a change in psychology. Through the simple act of S.A.M.S assuming the responsibility to deal with the threat to a client, the client frequently experiences a sense of security improvement among management and employees. As a consequence, productivity improves, losses are reduced, and there is a commensurate increase in profits.
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The CMI is a dynamic ISO 9001:2008 certified institution and the Regions Centre of Excellence for tertiary maritime, logistics, engineering training, research and consultancy. It is a corporate body established under the Jamaica Maritime Institute’s (JMI) Act of 1992 and operates under the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing. The institution is proactive in identifying the needs of the market (locally, regionally and internationally) and seeks to expand its programme offerings in “oepari pasu with the expansion of market demand.

The history and growth of the Institution over the years demonstrate an intimate connection with the needs of the international shipping industry. From just two programmes at its inauguration in 1980 and 30 students, the Institute has grown to become the tertiary centre of excellence in the region, offering over 16 programmes including Masters and Bachelor Degrees and a multiplicity of demand driven customized programmes.

In recognition of t he diversity of the technical and academic competencies within the Institute and in the interest of good governance and accountability, the CMI is organised into three Schools Marine and Professional studies, Academics and Advanced Skills.

The Marine and Professional School focuses on the core seafarers Standard of Training Certification and Watch Keeping Convention (STCW 95), IMO courses leading up to the level of captain, chief engineer and chief mate. The Academic School manages the Associate Degrees, Diplomas, Bachelors and Masters Degrees and spearheads general research based activities. The School of Advanced Skills concentrates on hands on competency based training to meet the needs of the growing shipping and logistics sectors including, alternative energy, engineering projects, business development, entrepreneurship and the Career Advancement Programme (CAP).

In an effort to ensure the highest standards of education and training within the three Schools, the CMI has adopted relevant quality assurance measures. The University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) provides the quality framework for the entire programme offerings of the School of Academic Studies. The offerings of the Marine and Professional Studies School are authorised by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). With a view to ensuring quality standards of training in the Advanced Studies School, National Council on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NCTVET) accreditation status has been attained by the Institute. The accreditation of these programmes is one bench mark of excellence that the Institute upholds.

The foremost aim of the CMI is to alleviate local unemployment and exploit the world wide acute shortage of seafarers. Indeed the Maritime Industry Analyst, Drewry Shipping Consultants have estimated a worldwide shortage of 34,000 qualified officers, against a total requirement of 498,000. Moreover, based on Drewry’s fleet growth projections and the assumpti on that officer supply will only increase at the current rate, the report predicts that by 2012, the officer shortfall will have grown to 83,000. It is within this context that the continuity of education and training for seafarers up to the management level at the CMI is of utmost importance.

The potential for growth is tremendous in this dynamic industry, especially in the area of energy and in particular, its conservation. CMI has embarked on a number of energy based projects which are managed and executed through the Institute’s Renewable Energy and Productivity Centre under the School of Advanced Skills. These projects include, but are not limited to the assembly, installation and distribution of alternative energy equipment and water purification. They facilitate training, avenues of employment, entrepreneurship, certification, innovation, safety, discipline and environmental protection - tenets which are highly promoted by the Institute.
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“Destiny is, no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice: It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved”. “I came to Jamaica in 1982 at the request of my uncle who wanted me to help at the infamous Fah Mee Restaurant on Half Way Tree Road. My tasks included the washing up of dishes, cutting up of meats, vegetables and the seasoning of the various Chinese style meats. I never knew one single word in English. At the time, perhaps this was a good thing, because since I could not communicate with my Jamaican coworkers, I communicated with my hands, by outmanoeuvring and outpacing them in the kitchen. As the years passed, I began to catch a few English words. My uncle later decided that it was time for me to be formally enrolled in English classes, and so he sent me to evening school in Kingston to learn English.

After five years, I had earned enough money to buy myself a small van, and so in 1987 I began traversing the 14 parishes of Jamaica, where I just sold a nything that could be traded, including batteries, hair products and haberdasheries”.

It was in this journey that I met some very interesting persons who were my customers and later became some of my dearest friends, including Keith Lyn, Patrick Lyn (now deceased) and Paul Lyn who operated Samfo Supermarket in Spalding. In 1992 I had saved enough money to rent a small shop on Princess Street, downtown Kingston, which was called Bargain Wholesale. The business was very successful, and needed expansion, hence in 1997 my family joined me from China and we rented a bigger shop so that we could expand the business and create additional employment. My brother Peter Wong, sisters Joyce and Theresa helped me greatly to make the business a success for which I am grateful. Grace Kennedy Company Limited, especially Mr. Erwin Burton, assisted us by offering us extended credit terms and limits, which allowed us to expand and perhaps explained the success achieved at the venture.

In 19 99, my brother Peter and I were invited to look at a location at Northside Plaza in Liguanea, St. Andrew for the possible opening of a Chinese restaurant. The first few years of business were very challenging as we had no customer base and no goodwill. With hard work and perseverance, our customer base began to grow. Our loyal customers, many of whom still patronise us today have withstood with us the hands of time. To them all I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation for their continued support.

I also want to thank Julie Wong, who has been interacting with the customers over the last 8 years. Her dedication, support, superb customer service skills, ideas and creativity have not escaped my attention. Thanks to our Chinese chefs for doing an excellent job.
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DunnCox was established in 1942. DunnCox is one of the oldest and largest law firms in Jamaica and the Caribbean. DunnCox provides the highest quality service in all areas of Corporate and Commercial Law, including Civil Litigation, Industrial Disputes, Conveyancing and Administration of Estates. DunnCox delivers sound advice and value added service to clients in listed and unlisted Public Companies, Large Private International Companies, International Funding Agencies, Banking and Financial Institutions and Government Agencies.

The firm’s commercial group includes practitioners who are well-known for their great skill in dealing with complex commercial issues. Amongst other things, the team advises on the incorporation and organization of companies, joint ventures, negotiating and drafting of commercial agreements, mergers and acquisitions, securities, amalgamation and reorganization of companies, corporate finance, franchising, bankruptcy, insolvency, pensions, intellectual property rights and issues, banking, finance/capital markets and project financing.

Members of the firm's litigation group have successfully litigated many high profile cases, including several landmark decisions. The team advises and represents clients through various levels of advocacy at Jamaica's Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, Jamaica's court of final appeal.
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The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union Limited (JPCCU) was founded July 4th, 1955 by eleven (11) rank and file members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force with each contri buting one shilling (equivalent of ten cents). It was established with the specific mandate to encourage collective savings and to provide loans to the members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. To date, the Credit Union's raison d'être remains to help our Members elevate their financial status and achieve their goals; through specialized products formulated with their financial needs in mind.

Today, JPCCU is the fifth largest in the Credit Union Movement in Jamaica, managing assets in excess of 3.4 billion for a membership of approximately 17, 000. The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union has spent over 58 years assisting thousands of members in home ownership, motor vehicle acquisition, and academic independence as well as in obtaining other forms of assets. JPCCU has been a beacon in contributing to the marked improvement in the overall quality of life of its Members and their families. Ours is a proud and enviable track record of success on which, with confidence, we continue to build.

JPCCU currently has a branch network of five full services branches located in Kingston, Portmore, St. Mary, Mandeville and Montego Bay. We also serve our members through five agencies located in Morant Bay, Port Antonio, May Pen, Black River and Negril. Our presence continues to grow in the diaspora through our Overseas Liaisons, the Jamaica Ex-Police Association Presidents of the various chapters of Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, New Jersey, Connecticut, South and Central Florida as well as the Immigration Chapter.

Our Bond includes: Present or Past Members of the Police Force, District Constables, Employees of the Ministry with responsibility for the Police, Employees of the Credit Union and their families (mother, father, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, children, grandchildren and grandparents).

Loans up to 10 times your share account * Conditions Apply; Life Enhancer Savings Plan; Golden Harvest Savings Plan
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The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union Limited (JPCCU) was founded July 4th, 1955 by eleven (11) rank and file members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force with each contri buting one shilling (equivalent of ten cents). It was established with the specific mandate to encourage collective savings and to provide loans to the members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. To date, the Credit Union's raison d'être remains to help our Members elevate their financial status and achieve their goals; through specialized products formulated with their financial needs in mind.

Today, JPCCU is the fifth largest in the Credit Union Movement in Jamaica, managing assets in excess of 3.4 billion for a membership of approximately 17, 000. The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union has spent over 58 years assisting thousands of members in home ownership, motor vehicle acquisition, and academic independence as well as in obtaining other forms of assets. JPCCU has been a beacon in contributing to the marked improvement in the overall quality of life of its Members and their families. Ours is a proud and enviable track record of success on which, with confidence, we continue to build.

JPCCU currently has a branch network of five full services branches located in Kingston, Portmore, St. Mary, Mandeville and Montego Bay. We also serve our members through five agencies located in Morant Bay, Port Antonio, May Pen, Black River and Negril. Our presence continues to grow in the diaspora through our Overseas Liaisons, the Jamaica Ex-Police Association Presidents of the various chapters of Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, New Jersey, Connecticut, South and Central Florida as well as the Immigration Chapter.

Our Bond includes: Present or Past Members of the Police Force, District Constables, Employees of the Ministry with responsibility for the Police, Employees of the Credit Union and their families (mother, father, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, children, grandchildren and grandparents).

Loans up to 10 times your share account * Conditions Apply; Life Enhancer Savings Plan; Golden Harvest Savings Plan
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The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union Limited (JPCCU) was founded July 4th, 1955 by eleven (11) rank and file members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force with each contri buting one shilling (equivalent of ten cents). It was established with the specific mandate to encourage collective savings and to provide loans to the members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. To date, the Credit Union's raison d'être remains to help our Members elevate their financial status and achieve their goals; through specialized products formulated with their financial needs in mind.

Today, JPCCU is the fifth largest in the Credit Union Movement in Jamaica, managing assets in excess of 3.4 billion for a membership of approximately 17, 000. The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union has spent over 58 years assisting thousands of members in home ownership, motor vehicle acquisition, and academic independence as well as in obtaining other forms of assets. JPCCU has been a beacon in contributing to the marked improvement in the overall quality of life of its Members and their families. Ours is a proud and enviable track record of success on which, with confidence, we continue to build.

JPCCU currently has a branch network of five full services branches located in Kingston, Portmore, St. Mary, Mandeville and Montego Bay. We also serve our members through five agencies located in Morant Bay, Port Antonio, May Pen, Black River and Negril. Our presence continues to grow in the diaspora through our Overseas Liaisons, the Jamaica Ex-Police Association Presidents of the various chapters of Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, New Jersey, Connecticut, South and Central Florida as well as the Immigration Chapter.

Our Bond includes: Present or Past Members of the Police Force, District Constables, Employees of the Ministry with responsibility for the Police, Employees of the Credit Union and their families (mother, father, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, children, grandchildren and grandparents).

Loans up to 10 times your share account * Conditions Apply; Life Enhancer Savings Plan; Golden Harvest Savings Plan
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DunnCox was established in 1942. DunnCox is one of the oldest and largest law firms in Jamaica and the Caribbean. DunnCox provides the highest quality service in all areas of Corporate and Commercial Law, including Civil Litigation, Industrial Disputes, Conveyancing and Administration of Estates. DunnCox delivers sound advice and value added service to clients in listed and unlisted Public Companies, Large Private International Companies, International Funding Agencies, Banking and Financial Institutions and Government Agencies.

The firm’s commercial group includes practitioners who are well-known for their great skill in dealing with complex commercial issues. Amongst other things, the team advises on the incorporation and organization of companies, joint ventures, negotiating and drafting of commercial agreements, mergers and acquisitions, securities, amalgamation and reorganization of companies, corporate finance, franchising, bankruptcy, insolvency, pensions, intellectual property rights and issues, banking, finance/capital markets and project financing.

Members of the firm's litigation group have successfully litigated many high profile cases, including several landmark decisions. The team advises and represents clients through various levels of advocacy at Jamaica's Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, Jamaica's court of final appeal.
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