Waterloo Regional Police Celebrate Sergeant Joe Molnar on 50 Years of Service

Sergeant Molnar smiling holding his honorary plaque

Waterloo Region, Ontario –  The Waterloo Regional Police Service is today honouring Sergeant Joe Molnar as he celebrates a momentous accomplishment - 50 years of exemplary service.

Sergeant Molnar began his career with the Kitchener Police Force on June 13, 1968. At the time, he was a cadet assigned to the Information Branch where he operated a telex machine and recorded incidents on index cards. He then headed off to the Ontario Police College where he received the highest marks in his class as he fulfilled his dream of becoming a police officer with the Waterloo Regional Police Service.

During his career, he has had many successful accomplishments. He was declared a drug expert in Superior court, won the High Combat Pistol Shoot competition in 1972, anchored the WRPS tug-of-war team in the 1990s and was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal in 2012.

“We are extremely proud to honour Sergeant Molnar as we look back on his incredible career with the Waterloo Regional Police Service,” said Bryan Larkin, Chief of Police. “This is an accomplishment that not many people get to celebrate but it’s one that speaks to the dedication and passion that Sergeant Molnar has for serving his community. We want to thank him for all he has done and continues to do for our Service and for Waterloo Region.”

Media Inquiries

Cherri Greeno

Media Relations Coordinator

Executive Branch

Waterloo Regional Police Service

519-570-9777 (WRPS) ext. 8773


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