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  Our Officers Out in the Community

Jun 04, 2010 11:37 ET

Durham Regional Police officers have been serving up some fun and community spirit at some recent community events.

Officers from Central West Division reeled in numerous young fans at a fishing derby at Heber Downs Conservation Area. They handed out hats and T-shirts to hundreds of kids who visited the fishing pond in an attempt to reel in the big one. Our officers even helped bait the hooks and release fish back into the pond. Now that’s getting their hands dirty!

Constable Keith Richards was a great help at the Tim Hortons Camp Day at their location in Bowmanville. No job was too big or small for Cst. Richards as he learned to make a mean egg salad wrap and then headed out to the floor to sweep up after patrons. “I love days like today, when we get to interact with the community in a fun and relaxed setting,” said Cst. Richards. “I look forward to this event every year.”

Durham Regional Police participates in hundreds of community events every year in order to build positive relationships with the residents of Durham Region.

Below are attached files.
fishing thumb (JPG file, 54.7K bytes)
Cst. Darryl Rice helps a young fisherman (JPG file, 392.9K bytes)
Central West Division officers with some avid fishermen (JPG file, 519.6K bytes)
Tim Hortons' employee Auralee teahces Cst. Keith Richards how to make a wrap (JPG file, 378.9K bytes)
Cst. Richards helps clean up (JPG file, 493.9K bytes)
Cst. Richards and Clarington Fire help out on Camp Day (JPG file, 386.1K bytes)