POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 23 PANS in the community Charlottetown Police Servicecontinued “It’s a big cost-savings to the city and a massive addition to our resources as far as being able to provide support to various undertakings.’’ Watts said the vehicle will be used by the traffic reconstructionist and analyst. It will also be used for illuminating crime scenes at night and in missing persons cases. “It’s been equipped with extra lighting andmore lighting will be added to it.’’ It will also be used at special events, things like concerts and parades where police resources are required. “With the addition of this better equipped vehicle and a more elaborate and more appropriately designed vehicle for (these) types of situations, we don’t see any limitations on what we’re going to be able to do,’’Watts said. Several Charlottetown Police Service officers volunteering their time at the annual turkey drive in support of the Food Bank at the Atlantic Superstore by the Charlottetown Mall.This is an annual event hosted by CBC across PEI to support families with turkeys at Christmas time. Left to right: Sgt. David Pound, Deputy Chief Sean Coombs, Cst.Markam Long, CBC host Jay Scotland, Cst. Ashlee MacIntyre, Cst. Steve Collins, Cst. Dylan Kitson, Cst. Jairus Lamphier and Cst. Justin Drake. continued