Members of the Durham Regional Police were proud to participate in Remembrance Day ceremonies across Durham Region on Nov. 11 and salute those brave men and women who have served our country and continue to serve our country.
Members of the service actively participated at community ceremonies in local municipalities to honour the brave men and women who have served this country in conflicts, past and present.
There was an overwhelming show of support for the men and women who serve, as local Remembrance Day ceremonies had larger than average crowds at this year's events.
DRP Officers participated in Remembrance Day events in Port Perry, Pickering, Uxbridge, Beaverton, Newcastle, Bowmanville, Oshawa, Whitby and Ajax.
The Durham Regional Police Service would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to those who serve, and to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
We remember those who served (JPG file, 716.1K bytes)
Supt. Mills lays a wreath at the Beaverton ceremony (JPG file, 253.0K bytes)
Cst. Oullette assists along the parade route (JPG file, 204.4K bytes)
Insp. Townley presents a wreath in Pickering (JPG file, 275.3K bytes)
The parade starts in downtown Whitby (JPG file, 930.9K bytes)
A portrait honours Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent (JPG file, 285.7K bytes)
At the cenotaph in Whitby (JPG file, 804.0K bytes)
Deputy Burns salutes during the ceremony (JPG file, 660.6K bytes)
Cst. Ford lays a wreath at the Whitby ceremony (JPG file, 1,072.4K bytes)
As the flags are lowered (JPG file, 889.8K bytes)
Central West Division officers during the ceremony (JPG file, 818.3K bytes)
Our contingent at the Whitby ceremony (JPG file, 323.0K bytes)