Posted: Thursday, April 5, 2018. 10:36 am CST.
Gillett met with Michael Shaw, the managing director of Scotiabank Belize Limited to discuss several issues.
Their discussions included the possibility of obtaining concessionary income-based loans for police officers on South-side Belize city, the possibility of paying for a Chaplain to counsel officers in times of need, the possibility of building a barrack room for officers to discourage hitchhiking and have a pool of officers available at any given time.
They also spoke about instituting a gun amnesty with funding from the business community.
Scotiabank has already pledged to donating some new flashlights for the police officers.
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