Nevis Police Receive Donations From Local Businesses

Keisha Jones and Inspector Mills

Keisha Jones (L) and Police Inspector Mills

Charlestown, Nevis
December 29, 2008

Businesses on Nevis displayed acts of kindness to the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (Charlestown) with donations of executive chairs and stools to enhance the current seating arrangements of the police officers.

In a brief handing over ceremony at the police headquarters in Charlestown, St. Kitts and Nevis Trading and Development Company (TDC) Limited representative Ms. Keisha Jones and caterer Rodney Elliott on behalf of Billy Claxton Services and Beyond Homes Ltd made the presentations to Inspector Trevor Mills who accepted the gifts on behalf of the branch station.

Jones used the opportunity to address the relationship between TDC and the Police and also highlighted the reason behind the donation.

“It is indeed a pleasure for me today to hand over this executive chair for your police officers while they sit and serve the public during this season.

“We were not satisfied so we thought that it would be in our best interest to provide a more comfortable sitting for them [the police] and it is also the season of giving and we thought that it would be a good idea to ensure that our officers are comfortable while they are serving the public during this busy season,” Jones said.

Elliott too expressed the need for the police officers to be comfortable while they worked.  She presented the force with two stools and from Beyond Homes and one executive chair from local architect company, Billy Claxton Services.

Both presenters appealed to the force to administer care to the furniture and Inspector Mills assured them that it would be done.

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