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Inspector Shervon Matthieu Donates His ‘Top Caribbean Crime Fighter’ Prize Money

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Inspector in Charge of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Castries, Shervon Matthieu, on Wednesday, June 28, 2023, donated his cash prize of $US 5,000 to three Saint Lucia institutions after winning the Top Caribbean Crime Fighter award.

Matthieu received his award on May 22, 2023.

That’s when the Association of the Caribbean Commissioners (ACCP) and the Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL) held their annual recognition programme at the Hyatt Hotel in Trinidad and Tobago.

Nine outstanding police officers from ACCP member countries received awards.

In addition to $US 5,000, Inspector Matthieu, dubbed ‘The Cop Who Cares’, received a trophy and a certificate.

Matthieu decided to donate the cash to three institutions he described as close to his heart.

They are the Marian Home in Leslie Land, Castries, which cares for older people, the Children’s Home in Ciceron, Castries, which supports orphans and vulnerable youngsters, and the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School, Matthieu’s alma mater.

Each institution thanked ‘The Cop Who Cares’ for his generous donation, declaring that it would positively impact their current and future operations.

Originally from Soufriere, Matthieu joined the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force in 2005.

On three occasions, the organisation voted him Sergeant of the Year.

 

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Well done my bro, continue the good works. We’ve not work together, however, I’m always hearing good things about you.

  2. Thank God for blessing Inspector Matthieu with a generous heart.
    Hope this kind gesture provokes others to give or donate. Any amount can go a long way.

  3. What a great gesture,. A man with a big heart, hope you are emulated by many more good citizens

  4. Inspector Matthieu your are efforts are commendable and I wish to applaud your generosity.
    I have always appreciated your tips and advice to the public on personal safety and wish to thank you for sharing your wisdom. You serve as a shining example of what it means to be a police officer.

  5. Inspector — your fellow citizens need to take a page out of your book. For surely, the blessing is in giving. There is a group from New York/PA/SC who is currently preparing to help St. Lucians. By the way, they did this in 2019 and also last year. 2020 & 2021 was disrupted by the pandemic. This group with their own funds – purchase thousands of dollars worth of items.

    In addition, they pay their own hotel, airfare and transportation – good deeds never go unnoticed by the Creator of the Universe. God bless you, also the group who is currently preparing and God bless all others who freely give of their time and their money to help others. For surely, God takes note and he is well pleased for whatsoever you do to the least you do it unto him. Amen

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