Inspector Charlie Green turned over command of the Durham Regional Police Auxiliary Unit to Inspector Eva Reti in a ceremony held at the Oshawa Armouries on January 18.
Inspector Green provided five years of dedicated leadership to the Auxiliary Unit, seeing it expand from 30 to 70 members during his time with the unit. “I am honoured to have led such a distinguished group of members,” said Inspector Green. “I would like to thank everyone who helped me build the Unit to what it is today.”
Our Auxiliary Unit has dedicated over 200,000 hours of service to the community since its inception. Working alongside sworn police officers, they assist with foot patrols, canvassing, search and rescues, R.I.D.E. programs, special events, marine patrols and emergency/disaster response. Our service would not be able to provide all of these services without the support of the Auxiliary Unit.
As well, 19 new recruits received their graduation certificates at the Change of Command ceremony. Auxiliary Constable Lynne Loscombe received the Recruit of the Year award for her outstanding performance and leadership.
On behalf of DRPS we would like to thank Inspector Green for all of his hard work and dedication for the past five years.
For more information about our Auxiliary Unit click here.
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Inspector Reti leads the Auxiliary Unit (JPG file, 79.2K bytes)