Cayman Crime Stoppers recently paid tribute to outgoing Law Enforcement Coordinator Robert Scotland.
Mr. Scotland has been the informational link between Crime Stoppers and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service since 2001.
He gave Crime Stoppers a voice within the police force whilst providing the Crime Stoppers board of directors with data and statistics about the results of tips submitted via the programme’s anonymous tips-line.
Crime Stoppers’ directors showed their appreciation by presenting Mr. Scotland with a commemorative plaque inscribed with words of thanks.
‘Coordinating activities between the police and Crime Stoppers is a vital component of the programme,’ said Chairman Stuart Bostock.
‘Robert’s contribution has been invaluable in building strong ties with the RCIP and we are deeply appreciative of his hard work over the years.’
Mr. Scotland said: ‘This experience has been immensely rewarding for me. I hope the bonds between the Royal Cayman Islands Police and Cayman Crime Stoppers continue to strengthen.’
While Mr. Scotland’s recent career move means that he is no longer able to serve in the role of law enforcement coordinator, he has rejoined in a civilian capacity.
‘I am thrilled that I am able to remain a part of this vital community service, which goes from strength to strength’, he said.
‘I am very much looking forward to continuing the good work of Cayman Crime Stoppers in its mission to keep Cayman safe.’
Cayman Crime Stoppers’ new Law Enforcement Coordinator will be announced shortly.