Police AssociAtion of novA scotiA 11 Truro’s Police Chief, RCMP Officer recipients of longservice awards TRURO - Truro’s police chief and a veteran RCMP officer received long-service awards Tuesday from the province. Chief David MacNeil was recognized for his 15 years and Cpl. Sharron Sisson for her 25 years as police officers in Nova Scotia by the provincial government. MacNeil’s service has all been with the Truro Police Service, being hired out of the Atlantic Police Academy. MacNeil was one of 75 recipients from across the province to receive awards for 15 and 25 years of consecutive service in Nova Scotia. "It is important we take the time to recognize and thank these men and women for their hard work and dedication to our justice system," said Justice Minister Ross Landry, a former RCMP officer. "Through their service, they are creating a province that is safer for all Nova Scotians." This is the second year for the program. A year ago 12 Truro police officers and six RCMP members in Colchester County received the award. Cyber Cop and Donna Gallant, PANS Office Cyber Cop and Shelley Richardson, Kids Help Phone PANS’ president Derrah Reid making a presentation to Shelley Richardson, Regional Director Kids Help Phone David Fisher, CEO PANS, and the Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence, 21 April 09, at the annual CPA reception in Ottawa Published on October 29th, 2009 Staff ~ The Truro Daily News