5 Grenadian students are recipients of the Motorola Solutions Foundation/ACCP Scholarship for 2016.
The students, whose parents are police officers, were chosen from a total of 32 entrants from Aruba, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St Kitts/Nevis, Suriname and the United States Virgin Islands.
Camille Charles, Danyish Harford, Karrelle Lewis, Briana and Nehanda Parkes each received the sum of US$3,000, which was presented on their behalf to their parents by Acting Commissioner of Police Winston James on Friday, 9 December 2016.
The ACCP–Motorola Solutions Foundation Scholarship Program is focused on providing resources for students to continue their college or university studies. The program is making it possible for students who would otherwise not have the necessary resources to pursue an education.
Children of current police officers and police support staff are able to use the scholarship to continue their education in engineering, communications, marketing, finance, industrial engineering, human resource management, criminology, forensic science and other disciplines.
Motorola Solutions Foundation is the charitable and philanthropic arm of Motorola Solutions.
Office of Commissioner of Police