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Woodstock Police Accepting Youth in Policing Applications

Woodstock Police is currently accepting applications for the 2018 Youth in Policing Program.

WOODSTOCK - Teens in Woodstock have a chance to get a first hand look at what it takes to become a police officers.

Woodstock Police is currently accepting applications for the 2018 Youth in Policing Program. The program is a partnership with the Ministry of Children and Youth Services and the goal is to inspire young people to look at policing as a career choice. 

This learning opportunity for students will consist of:

· Gaining knowledge of different units within the police service,

· Acting as a mentor at children’s summer camps,

· Participating in activities that are labour intensive (e.g. paining, graffiti removal)

· Assisting with office work

· Assisting with Community Service Officers at community events

This learning opportunity for students will consist of:

· Gaining knowledge of different units within the police service,

· Acting as a mentor at children’s summer camps,

· Participating in activities that are labour intensive (e.g. paining, graffiti removal)

· Assisting with office work

· Assisting with Community Service Officers at community events

Youth at risk can be defined as young people whose background places them at risk of future offending or victimization due to environmental, social and family conditions that hinder their personal development and successful integration into the economy and society.

You can send in your application online at www.woodstockpolice.ca right now until April 6, 2018.

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