Halton Police Equity & Cultural Education Program Accepting Applications

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Staff Sergeant Dave Cross

Staff Sergeant Dave Cross

Sgt. Dave Cross #1932 is the Media Relations Officer with the Halton Regional Police Service. His office is located at 1151 Bronte Road, Oakville, ON.

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Are you a teen in the Halton Region who would like to understand more about the Police, Ethnicity and Culture? Are you interested in a career in policing? Have you ever wondered what the police do, how they prevent and investigate crime and what the different units within the service are responsible for? Would you like to have hands-on practical experience of what it’s like to be a police officer?

If you are 15 – 18 years old and the answers to these questions are yes, maybe you’d like to check out the PEACE program! There are still spots available for the Fall Police Ethnic And Cultural Education (PEACE) program, which runs from 6:30 – 9:00 pm every Tuesday night for twelve weeks, between September 17th and December 3rd.

Each week, students will be given presentations by the different units and bureau within the police service, with the emphasis being on practical demonstration and involvement.

As well, students will learn about cultural awareness and inclusion, how the police service strives to provide equitable service for all communities within our Region and how we are educating new Canadians and recent immigrants about policing in Canada.
You can find out more about this free, voluntary program by visiting our website at www.haltonpolice.caand clicking on Diversity. Just complete the application form and send, fax or email it to the Diversity Coordinator at the contact information on the form.
Contact: Sergeant Sue Biggs – Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Unit – 905 825-4747 x4727



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