Watch Commander, Sparks Leader and Mom

Prince Rupert, This Is Who We Are

2022-05-19 08:52 PDT

 In line with National Police Week's 2022 theme Connected to Our Communities, today the Prince Rupert RCMP would like to highlight Cpl. Eyrin Wiita's involvement as a proud Sparks leader.

Cpl. Wiita joined the Prince Rupert RCMP after years of service in Manitoba where she served such communities as Pukatawagan and Flin Flon. Before her time with the RCMP the Girl Guides of Canada was an influential part of her life where she made life long friends and gained leadership skills that she has brought into other areas of her life. 

"Having been a member and leader with Girl Guides of Canada for over 35 years, I was excited to start a new chapter in my Guilding experience here in Prince Rupert by having an opportunity to lead my daughter's Sparks unit," Cpl. Wiita said. "THe overwhelming support I have received from the community, parents and Sparks themselves has helped make Prince Rupert home. Watching the Spark work together as a team, learn new skills and give back to the community is very rewarding."

Corporal Wiita and her daughter pose with hot chocolate they made together 

Cpl. Wiita works as a watch commander where she helps general duty constables gain experience and guides them in their investigations. Be on the look out for Cpl. Wiita and her Sparks unit during the Seafest parade where they have a float entry! Thank you Cpl. Wiita for your investment into our community!

Released by

Cst. Brody Hemrich

Media Relations Officer
Prince Rupert Detachment


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