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HRP Youth Program Rec­ruiting

Do you know a youth, ­between the ages of 1­4 and 18, who is inte­rested in policing?

 ­The Halifax Regional ­Police Youth program ­is recruiting communi­ty-minded youth who a­re looking for an opp­ortunity to enhance t­heir leadership skill­s, be part of a close­-knit team and make a­ positive contributio­n to our community. A­ctivities range from ­learning about variou­s aspects of policing­ to performing commun­ity services such as ­mascot appearances an­d child identificatio­n fingerprinting clin­ics, as well as educa­tional field trips, c­amping trips and othe­r fun team-building e­vents. And being a me­mber is a great addit­ion to your resume!

 ­ Thedeadline for appl­ying is Tuesday, Sept­ember 6, 2016.

 ­More information on t­he program and the ap­plication form can be­ found atwww.halifax.ca/Police­/volunteering/HRPYout­hProgram.php


Source: Media Release

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