In this series on "Crime & Security in Jamaica and the Caribbean", we discuss the seemingly intractable crime and security problems facing Jamaica and Caribbean societies and the failure or lack of capacities of governments and law enforcement to take necessary and appropriate actions to ensure the safety of the populations. We discuss lack of adequate political and law enforcement leadership in law enforcement capacities to employ and empower modern law enforcement strategies and resources, to effectively stem the flow of illicit trafficking in guns, and dealing with other crimes, such as human trafficking and corruption,. We highlight the lack of a comprehensive crime and security plan and other deficiencies.
My special guests for this series:
Attorney Wilfred Rattigan, with 29 years experience as a former FBI special agent with extensive leadership, international experience, and specialization in several areas of law enforcement, enriches this discussion. Wilfred Rattigan served as unit chief at FBI Headquarters, on counter-terrorism task forces in New York, and as FBI legal attaché in US embassy in Saudi Arabia with responsible for the entire Middle East, and the US embassy in South Africa with responsible for all of southern Africa.
Herbert Nelson , a retired military and business intelligence analyst adds his unique experiences and incites as an intelligence analyst developed over 39 years in military and business intelligence. During the final six years of his 24 years service in the army, Herb Nelson provided support to Pentagon and White House units, and he has held Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information clearances.
Produced by Larry Sindass / Sindass Productions