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Halifax RCMP to hold community consultations in March, Halifax Regional Municipality, N.S.

Halifax RCMP, with assistance from the Halifax Regional Board of Police Commissioners, will be hosting community consultation sessions throughout Halifax Regional Municipality in March 2014.

The purpose of the sessions will be to give citizens, local councilors and government representatives the opportunity to discuss various community topics in an effort to help the RCMP in Halifax determine its policing priorities for 2014/2015.

“I encourage people come out and meet their local RCMP members and share their views,” said Insp. Trish MacCormack, Acting Officer in Charge of Halifax RCMP. “We want to hear directly from the communities we serve because the information gathered as part of these sessions is going to help us determine our way forward.”

Each session will take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Details about each session can be found below.  Reminders will be sent out about each session on Facebook (www.facebook.com/rcmpns) and Twitter (@rcmpns) .

Tuesday, March 4:

Carroll’s Corner Community Centre

9 Milford Road, Carroll’s Corner

 Wednesday, March 5:

Department of Natural Resources Education Centre

Middle Musquodoboit – attached to the Musquodoboit Valley Education Centre                            

12014 Highway 224, Middle Musquodoboit

Tuesday, March 18:

Sackville Public Library – Fenerty Program Room

636 Sackville Drive 

Thursday, March 20: 

Tantallon Library

3646 Hammonds Plains Road,

Tuesday, March 25:

East Preston Recreation Centre

24 Brooks Drive, East Preston

Wednesday, March 26:

Musquodoboit Harbour Lions Club

43 East Pespetwick Road, Musquodoboit

Monday, March 31:

Cole Harbour Place

51 Forest Hills Parkway, Dartmouth



Source: Release

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