Two walks are slated in Wolfville to aid the disabled
WOLFVILLE NS – Two fund raising walks are set for organizations in the Wolfville area, which work with the disabled.
Kentville Police Service
KENTVILLE NS – The Kentville Police Service are accepting applications for their Auxiliary Policing Program until April 28.
The basic requirements for auxiliary positions, says Insp. Darryl Brown, are as follows: at least age 19, a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and no criminal record.
Applicants must have a valid drivers license, be mentally and physically able to perform the duties of the position, he indicated.
Standard first aid and CPR course is required, along with an interview, background investigation and psychological testing. Applicants will also be required to successfully complete all training as required by the Kentville Police Service.
The auxiliary was formed in 2000 to assist regular members of the police service. Auxiliary constables assist with general duties on a volunteer basis such as patrolling with the regular members, assisting with community events such as Remembrance Day, Apple Blossom Festival, Crime Prevention Initiatives and other community events. Auxiliary police officers are mandated by the Nova Scotia Police Act.
Applications can be delivered on or before April 28 to the Kentville Police Service, 80 River Street, Kentville, NS, B4N 1G9. Attention Chief of Police.