Constable Harpreet Singh

Constable Harpreet Singh

Policing has always been a lifelong goal for Constable Harpreet Singh.

“It’s a great opportunity to make an impact in your community,” he says. “I wanted a profession that could provide me an opportunity to uplift others, fulfill my passion, and make my family and community proud.”

Constable Singh was born and raised in India where he completed his Bachelor of Technology degree in Computer Science and Engineering. He moved to Canada in 2015 and received a post grad diploma in Product Quality Engineering and a certificate as a Welding Technician from Conestoga College.

On top of his academic success, Constable Singh is also a nutrition coach and certified personal fitness trainer who has competed in natural physique and bodybuilding competitions.

He joined the Waterloo Regional Police Service in 2019, becoming the first sworn member to wear a WRPS turban during his duties.

“Turbans are an important part of the Sikh identity,” he says. “It is an article of faith that represents equality, honour, self-respect, courage, spirituality, and piety. I am grateful that I get to tie a blue turban as a police officer.”

Recently, his passion to help others and to serve the public garnered him a MBC (Mississauga-Brampton-Caledon) volunteer award.

Constable Singh says he is proud to serve as a police officer for the Waterloo Regional Police Service.

“The support I have received from the Service is overwhelming,” he says. “I am grateful to WRPS for providing me an opportunity to be a member of the team.”


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