Jamaicans for Justice v Police Service Commission and another

Police – Complaint against police. The proper discharge of the statutory functions which the respondent Police Service Commission had had required it to make further inquiries into the complaints it had received against a superintendent before recommending him for promotion to the rank of senior superintendent. Accordingly, the Privy Council humbly advised Her Majesty to allow the appellant human rights organisation's appeal against the rejection of its application for judicial review of the decision to recommend the officer for promotion.

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