Halton Regional Police Looking for Community Oriented Senior Volunteers from Oakville

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Halton Regional Police Looking for Community Oriented Senior Volunteers from Oakville
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Chantal Corner

Chantal Corner

Sergeant Chantal Corner is the Media Relations Officer for the Halton Regional Police Department. She grew up in Oakville and graduated from Loyola. She still resides in Oakville.

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Members of the Halton Regional Police Service work hard to deliver professional, courteous and timely services to our community. We cannot do this without the dedicated and compassionate volunteers that make us complete.

  • Are you 50 years or older, caring, patient and nonjudgmental?
  • Do you have good listening skills and good organization and computer knowledge?

Our S.A.L.T. (Senior and Law Enforcement Together) and Halton Seniors Helpline are looking for volunteers like you.

Senior volunteers can find themselves assisting the service by educating the community about crimes targeting seniors through community outreach, building relationships with various community agencies and faith groups for information presentations, and attending special events and table top displays.

Time Commitment: Sixty hours of volunteer time per calendar year

Qualifications: 50 years of age or older, police record check

We have received numerous interested people from Georgetown and Milton and are looking for interested seniors from the Oakville and Burlington area.

Anyone interested in more information, please contact the Halton Seniors Helpline at 1-866-457-8252 or via email at info@haltonseniorshelpline.ca for an information/application package.

Questions about the volunteer programs can also be directed to Detective Constable Nadine Clarke at 905-825-4747 Ext 5345.



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