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Thursday, May 1, 2014

Police WeekSaturday, May 10 to Wednesday, May 14 2014

Police Week is about celebrating professional, accountable, and effective policing across our City. We are proud of our police personnel and the work they do to keep Ottawa safe. Police Week provides opportunities for police and the community to join together to celebrate policing and to talk about the public safety issues that affect the health and safety of all our communities. This year, the theme is “Building Community Partnerships” and it is aligned with one of OPS’s Top Business Plan priorities  {Engaging and Investing in our Partners}

Here is a complete list of events through the week. We hope you can make it to at least one of them

Saturday, May 10, 2014
Toys R Us, parking lot (located at 1683 Merivale Road)
10:00am – 2:00pm
“Showcase of various police agencies” such as the OPP, RCMP and Military Police, along with Ottawa Police sections including Traffic Escort, Marine, Dive and Trails (MDT) and Emergency Services Unit (ESU). The site will also host a Prescription Drug Drop-Off.
Monday, May 12, 2014
Ottawa Police station (located at 474 Elgin Street)
11:30am – 1:30pm
“Police Week Launch and community BBQ” with City of Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, Ottawa Police Services Board Chair Eli El-Chantiry and Police Chief Charles Bordeleau. Launch of the official Ottawa Police Service iPhone “APP”.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Sparks Street Mall (between Bank and O’Connor Streets)
11:00am – 2:00pm
“Community Day” to showcase various Ottawa Police sections such as Marine, Dive and Trails (MDT), District Traffic (motorcycle demonstration), Foot Patrol/Bicycle, Crime Prevention Booth, as well as the Military Police.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Heatherington Park (located at 1560 Heatherington Road)
4:00pm – 7:00pm

“BBQ for residents of the South, East and Rural areas of Ottawa”. There will be displays from several Ottawa Police sections, including Marine, Dive and Trails (MDT) and Emergency Services Unit (ESU), as well as exhibits for our Community Crime Prevention Programs (such as Child Print, Home Safety Inspections and Neighbourhood Watch).