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Summit Bank provides Islamic banking products & services, including deposit products, corporate banking, SME banking, consumer banking, electronic services, remittances, and more.

Headquarters Location

Arif Habib Center 23 M.T. Khan Road

Karachi, 74000,


(+92) 21 32463516

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Latest Summit Bank News

Bank helps Westmoreland park police purchase equipment for police dog Rico

Jul 8, 2022

TribLIVE's Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. Westmoreland County Park Police’s sole police dog, Rico, received a gift Thursday to help with his training, thanks to 1st Summit Bank. Rico, a German shepherd and Belgian Malinois mix, is 1½ years old and trained to find explosives and guns, as well as in tracking and apprehension. The dog began serving after Rex, the department’s first explosive detection dog, retired from service in February following a decade of duty. The $1,000 donation will go toward two pieces of equipment — an explosive detection odor kit and a synthetic rubber training arm, according to Officer William Meyers of the Westmoreland County Park Police. As the dog’s handler, Meyers, of Hempfield, said Rico comes home from work with him every day. Rico lives with the Meyers family, and both are on call 24 hours a day, as they’re “usually … the first ones out there looking.” “It’s like having eyes in the back of your head at all times,” Meyers said. “He’s very observant and protective of me and my family.” Meyers, who’s been an officer for 15 years, said he’s “very appreciative” of the donation. “I think it’s outstanding,” Meyers said. “They pretty much came to us and said, ‘Hey, can we help you with anything?’ and you don’t see that too often.” Janeen Moffa, vice president and senior regional business relationship manager at 1st Summit Bank, was the one who initially approached the park police. “I reached out to them to see if they had a need for anything … and fortunately, they did,” said Moffa, of Latrobe. Moffa said 1st Summit Bank decided to “(open) up the door” for this donation and other partnerships moving forward because it’s expanding into Westmoreland County. Sean McCool, public relations and communications manager at 1st Summit Bank, said it’s important to have partnerships in the community like this to “know that someone has your back.” “We’re small, but we’re growing,” said McCool, of Johnstown, about the bank. “We just wanna try to … find opportunities to give back to organizations and people that need it in the area.” The new kit will include 23 different explosive odors, Meyers said, and the rubber training arm will bring a “more realistic approach” to apprehension training since it resembles a human arm. “It keeps the dog focused on biting the bad guy rather than biting equipment, so when he gets into the real life situation, there’s no confusion,” Meyers said. “Sometimes, dogs fail to bite the bad guy because … they don’t see the equipment.” Previously, Meyers only had access to this equipment two times a month while training Rico in Allegheny County with the City of Pittsburgh Police’s K-9 unit. Now, Rico will be able to receive the training whenever it’s necessary. McCool said it was “cool to be able to find an exact need” rather than making a “general donation.” “These guys … they’re putting their lives on the line, so why not help them as much as we can?” Moffa said. Megan Swift is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Megan at 724-850-2810, or via Twitter . Support Local Journalism and help us continue covering the stories that matter to you and your community.

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    Summit Bank's headquarters is located at Arif Habib Center, Karachi.

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