Colin John (right) presenting scholarship to recipient on behalf of Jada Swift (left)
December 17, 2019
Motorola and ACCP award scholarships to children of three Police officers

Telecommunications Company Motorola in partnership with the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) has awarded three scholarships to the children of three police officers.

The scholarship recipients are Jada Swift, Jodisha Ross and Aaliyah John. Each recipient was awarded the sum of EC$8,186.47.

Colin John (right) presenting scholarship to recipient on behalf of Jodisah Ross (left)

The announcement of the scholarships was made by current president of the ACCP, Commissioner of Police Colin John during the hosting of the Police Carolling Contest 2019. Commissioner John disclosed that the scholarships are available to children of police officers and children of the members of the administrative staff who are assigned to the Police Department.

He disclosed that for 2019, Motorola has distributed a total of 30 scholarships. He thanked Motorola for donating the scholarships to all of the ACCP countries including St Vincent and the Grenadines.

The scholarship fund is in its 11th year and has provided financial resources to over 100 young people in the 25-nation grouping to pursue or continue their college or university studies in targeted fields of study which includes engineering, communications, marketing, finance, human resource management, criminology and forensic science.