Premier’s Ministry and Caribbean Cable join forces for donation to Police Barracks on Nevis
|Caribbean Cable Communications Branch Manager-Nevis, Mrs.Trecia Daniel handing over gift of complimentary cable to ACP Robert Liburd|
|Mrs. Trecia Daniel, ACP Robert Liburd and Supt. Hilroy Brandy|
Charlestown, Nevis–(Wednesday, February 1, 2012) The Premier’s Ministry and Caribbean Cable Communications (CCC) have joined forces to donate a year’s supply of cable service to all three Police Barracks on Nevis.
In a symbolic ceremony held at the Bath Plain Barracks on Tuesday morning, Branch Manager of Caribbean Cable Communications – Nevis, Mrs. Trecia Daniel said the donation is worth over $3,000, and is an “incentive to the policemen and women who work hard to fight crime on Nevis.”
Acknowledging the donation on behalf of the Nevis Division was Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Robert Liburd, who thanked the Nevis Island Administration and Caribbean Cable for their gift.
“On behalf of the Police residing at the Bath Plain, Cotton Ground and Butlers Police Barracks, I am pleased to accept this token of support in our united fight against crime,” said ACP Liburd. Also in attendance was Supt. Hilroy Brandy.
The Nevis Reformation Party (NRP)-led Administration has assisted the Nevis Division in its fight against crime through a number of activities and incentives including donation of police vehicles and building of new police stations and barracks, thus increasing accommodation for greater police presence on the island.