Discover Policing for Safer Communities
North Bay Police Service celebrates Police Week (15-21 May 2016)
The North Bay Police Service joins police services across the province to celebrate Police Week from May 15th to May 21st, 2016. This year’s theme is Discover Policing for Safer Communities.
“Police Week is an occasion for the North Bay Police Service to highlight the roles of our sworn and civilian members who work together, with pride and professionalism, to keep the people of North Bay and Callander safe,” said Chief Shawn Devine, North Bay Police Service. “We encourage the public to discover policing and the variety of positions our members hold, whether they are answering 911 calls, keeping our neighbourhoods, our bike paths and our roads safe, collecting evidence from crime scenes, or applying high health and safety standards to the maintenance of our building.”
Tuesday May 17th
Look for a matte story featuring Kelsie Dufresne, 911 Communications Centre dispatcher, to be shared with the media, posted on our website and shared with our Twitter audience on our corporate Twitter account.
MEDIA EVENT – Wednesday May 18th at 1 p.m.
We invite the media to Main Street for a photo-op with Cst. John Cook, Bicycle Patrol Officer, who will be available for interviews to discuss bicycle safety.
Thursday May 19th
Look for a matte story featuring David Yee, Maintenance Supervisor, to be shared with the media, posted on our website and shared with our Twitter audience on our corporate Twitter account.
Friday May 20th
Look for a matte story featuring Sandy Allary, Forensics Identification Officer, to be shared with the media, posted on our website and shared with our Twitter audience on our corporate Twitter account.
PUBLIC EVENT – Saturday May 21st preview at 8 a.m., auction at 9 a.m.
NBPS Public Auction, police headquarters garage, accessible from Victoria Street West
PUBLIC EVENT – Saturday May 21st from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
National Prescription Drugs Drop Off Day at Shoppers Drug Mart on Cassells.
About Police Week
Police Week began in 1970 and is observed every year in May to coincide with Peace Officers Memorial Day, which is recognized internationally on May 15th.
2016 Police Week (15-21 May 2016)
Police services across the province, in partnership with the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, will be celebrating Police Week from May 15th to May 21st, 2016. (Social media #PoliceWeekONT)
Discover Policing Initiative
Established by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and participating provincial police services in the fall of 2014, the Discover Policing initiative seeks to promote the profession of policing, specifically focusing on attracting, inspiring and motivating young people. Visit discoverpolicing.ca on Facebook to learn more. (Social media #DiscoverPolicin)