Waterloo Regional Police Service Launches New Recruiting Campaign

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Waterloo Region, Ontario  The Waterloo Regional Police Service is excited to announce a new recruitment campaign aimed at attracting qualified candidates who are seeking a rewarding career as a police officer.

The campaign highlights the many exciting opportunities available at the Waterloo Regional Police Service – opportunities that will allow members to learn, grow, and succeed in a variety of different fields. It also highlights our commitment to working in partnership with the community to ensure everyone is safe and feels safe.

The campaign features real members in a series of videos, commercials, and digital ads that will be released throughout the next six months on social media and local theatres.

“We hope this campaign shows those considering a career in policing just how rewarding making that choice can be, specifically within the Waterloo Regional Police Service,” said Bryan Larkin, Chief of Police. “We are a progressive, dynamic police service that has a lot to offer – including the fact that we are part of a vibrant, growing community. We hope this campaign helps us attract diverse, talented, compassionate and caring individuals who aim for a lengthy career with WRPS.”

The videos, along with the campaign’s tagline – We are caring. We are compassionate. We are committed. We are People Helping People – is also highlighted on a new recruiting-focused website that provides applicants with information to prepare them for the hiring process.

To learn more about the campaign, or a career as a Waterloo Regional Police officer, visit www.join.wrps.ca.

 

Media Inquiries:

Waterloo Regional Police Service
Public Information Unit
519-570-9777 (WRPS) ext. 8188
publicinfo@wrps.on.ca

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