Students in Timmins have the opportunity to be a Chief for a Day. The Timmins Police Service is holding a contest for grades 4 to 6 students to promote National Police Week from May 12th to the 16th. Students have to write a one page piece on what it means to be a police officer. The winning student will be picked up at their school on May 15th at 9:30am. The student will take part in a swearing in ceremony, put on a police chief’s uniform, take a tour of the station and eat lunch with the current Timmins police chief. The deadline to submit your entry is a week today.

Details:

Students are being asked to write a short piece (maximum one page) answering the question “What does it mean to be a police officer?” Students are being asked to submit their entries in English or French by Monday, May 5, 2014.

Please include name, age, address, phone number, and school. Submit entries to:

Kate Cantin, Corporate Communications Coordinator
Timmins Police Service
185 Spruce Street South
Timmins, ONP4N 2M7

OR by email to kate.cantin@timmins.ca