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Students of Queens College Visit Police Headquarters
Posted on May 1, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office
 

 



A group of 110 grade one students of Queens College School visited the Police Headquarters on East Street during an education field trip.

The students, accompanied by teachers,
visit was to learn about the safety in the home and how to communicate with the police.

During the tour, they were given demonstrations by the police Fire Services, Mobile Division and K-9 Department, as they were hosted by Cpl. #2035 Clementine Richardson and Constable #2717 Anton Curry of the National Crime Prevention Office.

This visit in consistent with the Commissioner's Policing plan on Working With Young People.


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