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  Deputy Chief Chuck Mercier Honoured

Nov 27, 2009 13:52 ET

One of the most familiar faces of the Durham Regional Police, Deputy Chief Chuck Mercier, was honoured at his retirement dinner on Nov. 26 at Deer Creek in Ajax.

Police leaders from across the province, along with family, friends, members of the DRP and community partners applauded Chuck’s lifetime achievements, not only with Durham Regional Police, but in the community and province.

CTV's Ken Shaw emceed the event which included a wide range of people whose lives Chuck touched. From Scout Leaders to school presidents, Crown Attorneys, local and provincial government representatives, members of the multicultural and policing communities and Special Olympics Ontario; all commemorated his amazing accomplishments.

Chuck’s last day will be December 18th and the Durham Regional Police thanks him for his more than 32 years of dedication, leadership and inspiration.


Below are attached files.
chuck thumb (JPG file, 51.1K bytes)
S/Insp. Fazackerley and Supt. Chapman present Deputy Chief Mercier with a gift from the Senior Officers Association (JPG file, 486.2K bytes)
Deputy Chief Mercier's proud family (JPG file, 393.9K bytes)
Special Olympics Ontario President & CEO Glenn MacDonell presents Chuck with a token of his appreciation (JPG file, 383.5K bytes)