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  DRPS Training Program Receives International Recognition

Jul 05, 2010 07:28 ET

The Durham Regional Police Service was recently awarded a 2010 Blue Pencil and Gold Screen Award from the National Association of Government Communicators.

The DRP electronic learning course “Accessibility Training: The Customer Service Standard” won an award of excellence from the U.S.-based association. The course was developed by a team of DRPS employees at the Police Learning Centre at Durham College.

The NAGC Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards Competition salutes superior communications efforts of government agencies and recognizes the people who create them. The award put DRP’s winning eLearning course alongside communication pieces from agencies such as the U.S. Department of Labour, U.S. Customs and Border Protection and several other state and municipal governments.

Congratulations to Angela Adu, Cego Fung, Tracey Tyner-Cavanagh and Insp. Eva Reti on receiving this award!

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Cego Fung and Angela Adu pose with their certificate (JPG file, 1,142.7K bytes)