The Central Police Station has received somewhat of a facelift with the erection of a sign donated by Cultural Ambassador and musical icon Shertz “Problem Child” James.
The sign was presented to acting Commissioner of Police Enville Williams by Jamila James, the sister of the cultural ambassador this week.
Ms James said Problem Child was “very happy to have been given the opportunity to donate this signage.
“I wish to thank the media and Right Stuff for working with us. Problem Child wanted to donate this signage for independence and they came through for us.”
Meanwhile, Williams thanked “Problem Child”, his sister, and family for the generous donation to the behalf of the Royal St. Vincent and the GReandiens Police Force.
The police chief said donations of such a nature positively affects the youth.
He said that Problem Child, through his music and lifestyle, has been a role model to the youth.
The commissioner encouraged Problem Child and other citizens to continue to play a pivotal role in the lives of our nation’s youth to influence positive change.
Also witnessing the donation were Deputy Commissioner of Police, Frankie Joseph, Assistant Commissioners of Police, Christopher Benjamin, Leonard Fergus, and Trevor Bailey, Officer in charge of Central Division, Superintendent Kamecia Blake, and Head of the Public Relations and Complaints Department, Superintendent Junior Simmons.