Despite the hot and hazy conditions, the Timmins Police Service was well represented at the annual Welcome to Timmins Night yesterday evening.
As a gesture of goodwill, Timmins Police personnel were on hand and served at a public information booth to explain the varied and modern services offered and provided by the local police.
New and “not so new” residents of Timmins and area were greeted and informed by these dedicated officers who braved the humidex conditions to help make newcomers feel welcome and appreciated.
While Brenda Beaven, Community Liaison Coordinator, is a little camera shy, she was on hand along with (pictured from left to right) Cst. Caroline Rouillard, Auxiliary Cst. Amy St. Amour and Auxiliary Cst. Tammy Grydsuk.
These officers possess a full grasp of what community service is all about.
Their efforts go a long way in establishing and maintaining the public’s trust in their local police service and help make the Timmins Police Service more approachable and available for persons in need of assistance.
The Timmins Police values the efforts of the TPS Community Policing officers and the Auxiliary Constables who generously devote their time and energy to such worthwhile public events.