Fredericton PA

Det. Yves Despres, Det. David MacLean, Det. Phil Huckins, Cpl. Hudson and Chief McKnight
Members receive an award for "Excellence in Criminal Investigations" at the N.B. Chiefs of Police Conference in Cambellton, N.B. L-R: Det. Yves Despres, Det. David MacLean, Det. Phil Huckins, Cpl. Hudson and Chief McKnight.


Cold Weather
The Fredericton Police Force recently received a very generous and worthwhile donation to assist persons in coping with the cold weather. Corrine Brewer, along with her mother Shirley Brewer and sister Pam Brewer, knit numerous hats for needy or homeless persons who are being released from the Fredericton Police Force Queen St. facility. The hats were made from sorted yarns and will be stored in the 'lock-up' area of the Police Headquarters building. When in need, they will be provided to a person who is being released from custody or protection housing. Police Force spokesperson Cst. Ralph Currie said, "With the cold weather, a warm hat can make a lot of difference to a person who has very little to keep them warm." Named by Corrine 'Hats For The Homeless,' Corrine states that after working at the Police Station for 26 years (now retired), she just wanted to keep involved in some way. Left to right are: Ralph Currie, Corrine Brewer, Shirley Brewer and Pam Brewer.
Les forces policières de Fredericton ont récemment reçu un don très généreux qui en valait bien la peine, pour assister des gens à se débrouiller dans les températures froides. Corrine Brewer, avec sa mère Sherlley Brewer et sa soeur Pam Brewer, ont tricoté des tuques pour les personnes dans le besoin et les personnes qui seront libérées de la facilitée des forces de police. Les tuques faites de laine triée seront rangées au quartier général et seront distribuées aux personnes dans le besoin ou sans abris à leur libération de leur détention ou de leur maison protégée. La porte-parole des forces policières Cst. Ralph Currie a dit « Avec la température froide, une tuque chaude peut faire une grosse différence pour une personne qui a peu pour se réchauffer ». Nommer par Corrine « Hats for the homeless » ou en français « Tuque pour les sans-abris ». Corrine énonce qu'après avoir travaillé à la station de police pour 26 ans (maintenant retirée), elle voulait simplement s'impliquer d'une façon quelconque. De gauche à droite : Ralph Currie, Corrine Brewer, Sherley Brewer et Pam Brewer.


Bullying

Fredericton Police Chief Barry MacKnight presented a $1,000.00 cheque to student council representatives from Leo Hayes High School, to assist with some of their anticrime initiatives. The money was given on behalf of the New Brunswick Police Chief's Association.
 Le chef de la police de Fredericton Barry Macnight a présenté un chèque de 1000.00$ à un étudiant du conseil représentatif de l'école secondaire Leo Hayes, pour l'assistance avec certains anti-crimes. L'argent était un don de la part de l'association policière du Nouveau-Brunswick.


Vincent P. Escanlar (3078), Harvie Mowat (3076), Johnny Xiao (3073), KiYong Hwang (3074), Paul Johnston (3077), Matthew J. Lally (3075)
During the 2009 Annual Awards Ceremony at the Government House in Fredericton, six new Auxiliary Constables were presented with recognition certificates. From left to right are: Vincent P. Escanlar (3078), Harvie Mowat (3076), Johnny Xiao (3073), KiYong Hwang (3074), Paul Johnston (3077), Matthew J. Lally (3075).
 Durant la cérémonie annuelle de Prix 2009 à la maison gouvernementale à Fredericton, six nouveaux constables.


New vehicle design

Fredericton Police have adopted a new vehicle design. The redesigned car has a black front and rear section with white side doors with black-and-grey-etched lettering. Two small Canadian flags are located, one on either side of the upper panel beside the rear passenger door windows. 9-1-1 and bilingual wording for emergency is above and belowthe number. The Fredericton Police Force "serve and protect" crest and motto are on the car, along with the word Fredericton.


La force policière de Fredericton a adoptée une nouvelle conception de véhicule. La voiture a un front noir et partie arrière avec des portes latérales blanches avec un lettrage noir et gris. Deux petits drapeaux canadien sont situés à la voiture, un de chaque côté du panneau supérieur à côté de la vitre arrière porte passager. 9-1-1 et le libellé bilingue d'urgence est audessus et ci-dessous le nombre. La force policière de Fredericton "servir et protéger" emblème et la devise sont sur la voiture, avec le mot Fredericton.



Guns & Hoses

On May 4, 2012 the Fredericton Police Force UBC 911 hockey team played against the Fredericton Fire Department in an effort to raise money for two local charities, The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (FPF) and Muscular Dystrophy (FFD). Last year the two teams competed in the first annual game that ended up with a tie. This years game had the FPF coming out on top with the win. Both teams will take to the ice in February for the third annual game.

Challenge Coin

In September of this year, the Fredericton Police Force UBC 911 local presented retired members of the Force with a challenge coin. The coin contained the FPF local on the front and on the back it was personalized with the members name along with their start and end date. The coin was presented to the retired members to remind them that they have not been forgotten and they are still apart of the Fredericton Police Force Family. Viewed above are retired members from left to right are Inspector Gerald Cook, Sgt. Alden Thomas, Cst. Dave MacLaggan, Cpl. Cecil Stairs, Cst. Donnie Hanson, Sgt. Junior Woodland, Cst. Derek Larder, Cst. Gary Blizzard, Sgt. Terry Brewer and Sgt. Johnnie King.


Fredericton and Saint John police officer's Award Presentation click here (English)  cliquez ici (Francais).


Respected Cop retires after 33 years

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