TORONTO, Feb. 26, 2014 /CNW/ - The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) will kick off its province-wide 2014 crime prevention campaign on February 27 at Toronto Police Service Headquarters. Throughout 2014, police services will be promoting what individuals can do prevent crime under the campaign theme, Your Community. Your Safety. Get involved.
Chief Paul Cook, Chief of Police of North Bay Police Service and OACP President, will be joined by Toronto Police Deputy Police Chief Peter Sloly and Constable Gary Gomez of 42 Division, who will speak about an innovative crime prevention program making an impact on one Toronto neighbourhood. Campaign corporate supporters will also be on hand to help kick off this year's campaign, which will support local crime prevention initiatives by police services across Ontario.
2014 OACP Crime Prevention Campaign Media Event
|Date:||Thursday, February 27, 2014|
|Location:|| Lobby of Toronto Police Service Headquarters
40 College Street, Toronto, ON
Supporting and Presenting Corporate Partners:
Accident Support Services International Ltd.
The Canadian Security Association
Humber College Interact Association
The Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation
Via Rail Canada
The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police is the voice of Ontario's Police Leaders
Members of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police serve their communities as the senior police leaders in municipal, regional, provincial national, and First Nations police services across Ontario
Vision: Building Excellence in Police Leadership for Safer Communities
SOURCE: Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police
For further information:
Director of Government Relations and Communications
T. (416) 926-0424, ext. 22
C. (416) 919-9798