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New Brunswick Police Association / Association Des Policiers Du Nouveau Brunswick

 

On behalf of the New Brunswick Police Association which represent all front-line municipal police officers in New Brunswick we offer our sincere condolences to the family and loved ones of Chantel Moore in Edmundston New Brunswick. 

We are saddened that one of our members was involved in a fatal shooting and our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected. 

No police officer wants to be put in a life and death situation that can result in injury or death but they do occur. We are very aware of the split-second life and death situations our officers are called upon to deal with. 

We fully support an independent investigation into this incident and we have complete confidence that this will take place. 

It is unfortunate that a number of public statements have been made before a full independent investigation has been conducted. Making uninformed statements regarding a serious and emotional situation does a disservice to the public relations between police officers and the citizens they serve. 

Our officers take great pride in building working relationships within our communities, with its citizens in each municipality throughout our province. 

We will not be making further comment until the independent investigation is completed. 


New Brunswick Police Association

 

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE:

 

NEW BRUNSWICK POLICE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION DES POLICIERS DU NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK NOTICE The New Brunswick Police Association is sponsoring our annual telephone appeal in the Province. Funds are being raised to help publish our 34 th Annual Crime Prevention Guide for the Province focusing on “Suicide Prevention Awareness” to help prevent suicides by recognizing the signs and behaviors of children and adults that may be at risk. Business representatives are being asked to purchase advertisements and private citizens are being asked to contribute as well. Funds raised will allow us to make this unique community publication available throughout the Province. Proceeds will also be used to support New Brunswick Police Association activities in the Province and further our Police Association’s community involvement and support, including another $5,000 donation to the Kids Help Phone, which provides 24/7 support and counselling for Children to get the help that they need. For further information please contact the New Brunswick Police Association Guide office at 1-800-561-4422.

 

L’Association des Policiers du NouveauBrunswick commandite notre Campagne téléphonique annuelle dans la province. Des fonds sont recueillis pour aider à publier notre 34 e Guide annuel de la prévention du crime pour la province qui sera axé sur la « Sensibilisation à la prévention du suicide » pour aider à prévenir les suicides en reconnaissant les signes et les comportements des enfants et des adultes qui peuvent être à risque. Des représentant-e-s d’entreprises sont demandés d’acheter des espaces publicitaires et nous demandons aussi à des citoyens de contribuer. Les fonds recueillis nous permettront de rendre cette publication unique disponible dans toute la province. Les profits serviront également à soutenir les activités de l'Association des policiers du Nouveau-Brunswick dans la province et à renforcer la participation et le soutien communautaire de notre association des policiers, y compris un autre don de 5 000 $ à Jeunesse, J’écoute, qui fournit un soutien et des conseils 24/7 aux enfants pour obtenir l'aide qui ils ont besoin. Pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec le bureau du Guide de l’Association des Policiers du Nouveau-Brunswick au 1-800-561-4422.

 

Chanel Roy President / Président New Brunswick Police Association l’Association des Policiers du Nouveau-Brunswick