Dancehall Permit letter or Police Permission Letter
Dancehall permit letter or police
permission letter - If you are planing a dancehall session or a party
in Jamaica, you'll need the permission of the local police in your
Failure to apply for this letter
can result in your session being shut-down and you being serve with a
sommons to attend court. You can be fined and also sentenced to time in
We have put together a demo of what the letter should look like.
[insert station name]
Superintendent in Charge,
I [your name] is hereby applying for permission to keep a dance/party at [location] on [insert date].
The name of the
is [insert name of sound system], operated by [name of owner of sound system].
I will adhere to the rules that govern the noise abatement act.
I will be grateful if my application be given favorable consideration.
Your are required to give a minimum two (2) weeks notice for the application to be investigated and approved.
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