The sentencing of former police corporal Rushon Hamilton was on Friday postponed for a third time, since his conviction in the Home Circuit Court last October.
Hamilton is now scheduled for sentencing on March 1.
The matter was postponed as both his lawyer and the counsel for the Crown are involved in other matters.
Hamilton's last scheduled sentencing date was in late January. The prosecution is seeking the death penalty.
Hamilton was last October found guilty of the murder of 14-year-old schoolgirl, Jhaneel Goulbourne.
He was charged with the murder of Goulbourne with whom he was allegedly having an affair.
The court was told that the under-aged Goulboune was sexually molested on October 2008, at the Elletson Road Police Station in Kingston and a report was made to the police.
The girl was subsequently abducted from her home in Harbour View, St Andrew.
Several prosecution witnesses testified that while they were in custody with Hamilton, he confessed that in 2008, he shot Goulbourne and dumped her body at sea.