As a constable, I respond to calls across Christian, Hope and Beckwith islands. But I also take part in community events, attend court, and enjoy regular training. I like the variety that comes with being in this small detachment.
Georgian College gave me the contacts and knowledge I needed to become an auxiliary constable, gain a job offer only four months after graduation and complete Ontario Police College with honours.
At the smaller Orillia Campus, I really got to know my profs – many of them active police officers. I made friends and enjoyed being captain of the hockey team. I also learned that if you work hard, you can achieve your goals.
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