APS Bank plc has stressed that it maintains a close working relationship with the Malta Police Force, laying stress on the security of staff, customers and property.

Recently, a meeting was held between representatives from the Malta Police Force and the Bank’s Support Department, who are responsible for security and safety at the Bank, “to further strengthen the existing healthy rapport and discuss further future areas of collaboration”.

Wilhelm Attard, Head of Support at APS Bank commented, “Although the Bank has, and will keep on investing in the latest Security devices, the Police Force will always have a critical role in the Bank’s overall security operations, as we continuously work to improve all aspects of the Bank’s security.”

Inspector Matthew Galea, Malta Police Command & Control Room said, “This meeting served as an opportunity for both entities to physically meet and to further appreciate the work being carried out on both ends through daily remote communication. As per our mission, we look forward to keep providing a professional and trusted policing service to ensure safety and security in partnership with the community.”

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