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The Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service and the Ontario Provincial Police are hosting a joint recruiting initiative for First Nation men and women.  The one-day event will be held Tuesday, October 27th, 7 p.m. at the Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School, 315 Edwards Street North, Thunder Bay.

Recruiting Officers from both agencies will present information to participants about policing career options.  Information will include testing, benefits, training, detachment locations, police ranks, specialty units, and more.  Handouts will be available at the two-hour presentation.

All First Nation persons are welcome to come to this information session. There is no cost to attend this evening of learning and pre-registration is not required.

Download The Poster By Clicking Here (PDF)

Sgt. Jackie George
NAPS
807-623-2161
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Sgt. Darryl Wilson
OPP
807-939-2133
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