National Police Week: Connected to Our Communities
2022-05-15 13:07 PDT
Quesnel, BC, May 15, 2022 – Today marks the beginning of National Police Week – a seven-day public awareness campaign that encourages new connections between police and the communities they serve.
This campaign represents an opportunity to emphasize how police officers are both members of the community they live in and members of the police community they work in. This year, we recognize the connection between the police and Canadians, and the importance of understanding one another.
True understanding means eliminating assumptions and attitudes and making way for open and constructive conversations balanced with active listening. Connection is the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued, allowing all parties to derive strength from the relationship. This year, we celebrate our efforts to be
connected to our communities.
We would like to thank all of the community members for their continued support of the RCMP. We have police officers who move to Quesnel from all parts of Canada. They work and live in Quesnel, make this their home and become part of the community they live in. Our police officers dedicate countless hours, both on and off duty, helping out with various social events, charity events and helping coach and organize youth sports. said Sgt. Clay Kronebusch.
We truly care for the community we live in.
Public safety involves a collaborative effort within police agencies, between police services, and between the police and the communities they serve. As first responders, police officers are often the gateway to many community supports. This week, the Quesnel RCMP renews its oath to serve and protect the citizens in our region and we continue to strive to align our services to meet their needs and expectations.
Sgt. Clay KronebuschMedia Relations Officer
584 Carson Ave Quesnel BC V2J 2B5
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