Opposition Spokesman on National Security Fitz Jackson is optimistic that the plan of action to come from the Working Group for the National Consensus on Crime will have positive results. The group’s chairman, Lloyd Distant, met last week with Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Leader of the Opposition Dr. Peter Phillips to discuss the proposals. But Mr. Jackson says the government must be serious about implementing the measures. “I’m pleased that the Prime Minister finally came to the table and had that meeting last week with them. And based on the schedule that they’re working with, within the next two weeks or so, we hope to have a consensus document that we can all sign off on, but most importantly, that the government seek to attend with some alacrity to those provisions in those consensus items,” he asserted.