POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 15 PANS in the community Sgt. Rick Hickox (far left) with participants of the 2015 Heart and Stroke Foundation Big Bike event in Truro. A whopping $13,000 was raised, which will be used for research so that more heart attack and stroke victims can be brought home to their families. D/Cst. Jamie Dearing with Spencer Dearing and Evan Gibson. D/Cst. Jamie Dearing was presented with Coach of the Year for the Southshore Seahawks Minor Football. The 53rd PEI Provincial IODE meeting, chaired by president Gail MacLean, was held in Charlottetown in June 2015. In attendance was the honourary president, Dorothy Lewis, wife of Lt.-Gov. Frank Lewis, and 22 members representing Royal Edward, Lady Holland and Lady’s Slipper chapters. During the meeting, Charlottetown Police Service officer Tim Keizer, second left, was honoured for his work with students in Colonel Gray Senior High School. From left are Dorothy Johnston, Lewis and MacLean. PANS President/Const. Dale Johnson used the radar gun to check the speed of drivers on Beach Grove Road in Charlottetown. City police have regular speed check points to try to slow traffic.