UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES (MONA CAMPUS) (SECURITY) ACT

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   1   Short title

   2   Interpretation

   3   Restriction on trade or business

   4   Restriction on display advertisement, etc

   5   Restriction on operation of wireless equipment

   6   Restricted area

   7   Use of Campus, roads, etc

   8   Restriction on use of vehicles

   9   Abandonment, service or repair of vehicle

   10   Emergency situation

   11   Erection of traffic signs, etc

   12   Parking place

   13   Prohibited acts

   14   Search

   15   Tribunal

   16   Regulations

   17   Offences

      SCHEDULE

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES (MONA CAMPUS) (SECURITY) ACT

[Date of Commencement: 14th October, 2002]

Acts
37 of 2002,
15 of 2010.

1   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus) (Security) Act.

2   Interpretation

   In this Act-

   "Campus" mean all that land known as the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies in the parish of Saint Andrew and comprised in Certificate of Title registered at Volume 703 Folio 75 of the Register Book of Titles;

   "Committee" means the Campus Finance and General Purposes Committee as established in the Charter of the University of the West Indies;

   "Corporate Area" has the same meaning as in the Judicature (Resident Magistrates) Act;

   "member of staff"means a person in the employment of the University engaged in teaching, research, administrative, professional, technical, clerical or ancillary duties;

   "parking place" means any portion of the Campus designated by the Committee as a place where a vehicle may be parked;

   "restricted area" means any part of the Campus so designated by the University;

   "security officer" means-

   (a)   a member of staff who performs security duties;

   (b)   a person assigned to the Campus to perform security duties by the security company to which he is employed, being a company contracted by the Committee to carry out security services on the Campus; or

   (c)   a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, the Island Special Constabulary Force or the Jamaica Defence Force;

   "Senate" means the Senate of the University of the West Indies;

   "student" means a person who is registered as a student of the University (whether full-time or part-time) during a current year for a first or higher degree, diploma, certificate or such other qualification or courses of the University as may be approved by the Senate;

   "traffic sign" means any sign or other device for the guidance or direction of persons using the roadways on the Campus, which the University causes or permits to be placed on or near any such roadway and includes a-

   (a)   speed limit sign;

   (b)   mark on the surface of a roadway;

   (c)   signal, whether automatic, electrical or otherwise;

   (d)   warning sign post; and

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   (e)   direction post;

   "Tribunal" means the Tribunal established under section 17;

   "University" means the University of the West Indies established by Royal Charter;

   "vehicle" means a wheeled vehicle whether mechanically propelled or not, intended and adapted for use on a road, and includes a truck, motor car, motor cycle, pedal cycle, tractor, mower and push cart.

3   Restriction on trade or business

   (1) A person shall not, without the prior written approval of the Committee, carry on any business or trade on the Campus.

   (2) Where such approval under subsection (1) is granted the business or trade shall be carried on in accordance with such terms and conditions as the Committee may specify.

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