Waterloo Regional Police Welcome Seven New Officers

Waterloo Region, Ontario – The Waterloo Regional Police Service is proud to welcome members of Recruit Class #94 to its ranks at a special badging ceremony to be held at the Breslau Community Centre on August 16, 2017.

Seven new Constables have recently completed their basic training at the Ontario Police College and will be officially sworn in and receive their police badges during the ceremony.

“These recruits proudly represented the Waterloo Regional Police Service as they took part in months of intense training at the College and have now reached their goal of becoming Constables,” said Bryan Larkin, Chief of Police. “Each of these new officers bring unique backgrounds, experience and skills to our Service. They have demonstrated their dedication to work as a team and to serve residents of Waterloo Region while continuing to build on existing community partnerships to ensure the safety and wellness of our community.”

Prior to joining the police service, the new members studied in a variety of fields including Criminology, Political Science, Radio Broadcasting, Police Foundations and Psychology. As well, the officers bring a large range of interests and experience in leadership and volunteer roles in community agencies and activities, including some who were past Waterloo Regional Police Service Auxiliary officers.

The ceremony will begin at 1 p.m. and will include members of our Senior Administration, Police Services Board, the Ontario Court of Justice, as well as volunteers, family and friends. We are also excited to welcome members of the Township of Woolwich Youth Adventure Camp, who will sing the national anthem.

You can follow the ceremony live on our Facebook Page @Waterlooregionalpoliceservice.

For more information on how to join the Waterloo Regional Police Service, please visit our Careers page.

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