Just before noon on Thursday, 30th December, 2010, members of the Police High Command were on the receiving end of goodwill when Pamella Herbert, Branch Manager for the Fort Street Branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia, donated one LCD 32 inch LG television to the Police Force.
The brief handing over ceremony took place at the Office of Assistant Commissioner (Crime) Ian Queeley where the television was officially handed over the Acting Commissioner of Police Stafford Liburd and witnessed by Assistant Commissioner of Police (Operations) Joseph Richardson.
Herbert indicated that Scotia Bank took great pleasure in coming forward in a tangible way to contribute to the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force especially at a time like this when crime poses a major challenge.
“I do hope that the television would be used not only for the much need entertainment benefits but also as a training aid and I do hope that this partnership will continue well into the future”.
Herbert’s hope was for the entire corporate community to continue to support our law enforcement entities, a partnership she felt is vital if national development is to be sustained. Queeley thanked the Senior Scotia Bank official for such a kind and timely gesture and assured her that the donation would be put to good use so as to enhance the professionalism, efficiency and effectiveness of the Police Force.