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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 5 ARTICLES OF INTEREST FROM AROUND THE PROVINCE… Defibrillator Saves Life 29 The Realities of Substance Abuse in Youth 31 An Honourable Mention 33 Christmas Index 33 The Stanley Cup in Truro 35 Truro Couple Running for Team Diabetes in The Rome Marathon 37 Afghan Mission Proves Rewarding for City Constable 39 Parkinson’s Patient Takes Fight on Personally 41 Police Officers Cited for Bravery 43 Ottawa Senators in Truro 45 Casey Project Walk for Suicide Prevention 45 Code Black – Chignecto Central School Board 47 Speaking in Code - Chignecto Central School Board 49 New Police Team on the Streets Soon 51 Crime Prevention Groups Unite 53 Municipalities Combine to Form New Crime Prevention Group 55 Eerily Quiet for Halloween 57 Dog-gone Good 59 Pulling Out All the Stops 61 Families of Military Personnel 61 CHILD PORNOGRAPHY AWARENESS & PREVENTION INFORMATION… Introduction to Child Pornography 63 Child Pornography 65 Canadian Background 67 Criminal Code 69 Child Pornography and Internet Luring – DNA Data Bank Reform 71 In the News… 73 One of FBI’s Top Ten Wanted Arrested in Canada! 85 A Teen Makes Money With a Controversial Site 87 Microsoft Technology Helps in Fight Against Child Pornography 93 Snapshot of Minors Online and How Predators Reach Them 97 Wired Safety 107 Kids in the Know 111 117 What is 121 Chat Dictionary – decipher what your kids are saying 123 Why Internet Filter Software? 133 Resources 140 Table of Contents 36th Annual Crime Prevention Guide Child Pornography Awareness POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA Thank You from PANS! 1 About Us 3 Publisher’s Page 7 Amherst Police Service Retirements 9 41st Annual PANS Conference 11 2nd Annual Bruce Miller Golf Tournament 15 1st Annual Bruce Miller Golf Tournament 17 PANS All Stars vs. Tim Hortons All Stars Benefit Hockey - Wolfville 19 - New Glasgow 21 - Halifax 23 - Truro 27 Advertisers’ Index 138

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 7 From the Publisher Ma r k e t i n g S e r v i c e s ( A t l . ) L t d . “Providing quality, professional marketing and fund raising services on behalf of high-profile, non-profit organizations.” This guide was proudly assembled and published by Fenety Marketing Services, with the help and co-operation of the Police Association of Nova Scotia. 1-800-561-4422 The topic of this year’s publication has to be among the worst topics that we have ever focused on in all the years of publishing the Police Association of Nova Scotia’s Annual Crime Prevention Guide. We hope that this publication helps to enlighten those not familiar with this tragic subject by exposing the existence of a very real societal problem… Child Pornography. At one time, Child Pornographers traded hard copy photos and literature, but now, as a result of technology, they are taking advantage of easy Internet access into our very homes, making it easier for them to prey upon our children. The frequency of offences is also increasing as we constantly hear in the news of more and more predators being caught, and for everyone that is caught, unfortunately many are not. It is an alarming problem and one of the real dangers lurking on today’s Information Highway. However, as these sick predators do use the Internet to lure their prey, the Internet is also being used by dedicated law enforcement professionals to help identify offenders. Special Law Enforcement Task Forces and Internet Safety Groups that are proactively working to end the sexual abuse of children are to be commended for their vigilance and for the courage and strength that is required of them to carry out their mandates. Please take the time to review the material that we’ve assembled in our 36th Annual Crime Prevention Guide, however, be aware that the information contained herein is merely a fraction of the resources available on this tragic subject. We welcome your comments or suggestions concerning our publication, and wish to thank all the citizens and business community members of Nova Scotia who help make this annual publication possible. Education awareness, and awareness is the first step to finding solutions. Respectfully, Mark Fenety President Fenety Marketing Services


POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 9 Amherst Police Service Retirements From left to right, Cst Derrah Reid, President of the Amherst Police Association and 1st Vice President of PANS: Mr. Joe Ross, ExecutiveDirector PANS, presenting Charles Amos and Tony Devine with plaques on behalf of the Police Association of Nova Scotia, on the occasion of their retirement from the Amherst Police Service.

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 11 41s t Annual PANS Conference At the 41st Annual PANS Conference, a very special presentation was made by a few of the PANS locals upon the announcement of Mr. Joe Ross’ retirement. After 50 years in policing and law enforcement, Mr. Ross retired on January 1/2007. A retirement celebration is being planned for sometime in 2007. Details will be announced as available. Cst. Anthony Chisholm (President of the Westville Police Association presenting Mr. Ross with a plaque on behalf of their local. Cst. Derrah Reid, Area Director for Cumberland County presenting a plaque to Mr. Ross on behalf of the Amherst Police Association. Held in Charlottetown, PEI

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 13 Presentation made by Cst. Wade Keddy to Mr. Joe Ross on behalf of the Bridgewater Police Association. Cst. Keddy is also the Secretary-Treasurer of PANS. Cst. Ron Graves and wife Trina attending the closing banquet at the 41st Annual PANS Conference held in Charlottetown, PEI. From left to right: Cst. George Dunfee (Kentville PD) Cst. Wade Keddy (Bridgewater PD) Cst. Wilfred Andrews (Kentville PD) Cst. Phil Claybourne (Charlottetown PD) All participating in the 41st Annual PANS Golf Tournament. 41s t Annual PANS Conference (Continued)

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 15 The 2nd Annual Bruce Miller Golf Tournament It is our sincere wish to invite you to join us on June 18th, 2007 at the Constable Bruce Miller Memorial Golf Tournament. Bruce was killed on May 16th, 2004 by an impaired driver. The crash occurred in Caledonia, P.E.I. where Bruce was enjoying a little time off during a dog hunting trial. He had been working as a police officer in Springhill, N.S., where he was the police liaison at the schools. He was devoted to the community and helping youth. No one could foresee what the careless disregard of one young man, the thoughtless drunk driver, would do to Bruce, his family, friends, coworkers and community. It's a loss we all share. Since his death we have been very involved with MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) and have benefited a great deal from their support and the opportunity they have given us to stop this senseless and unnecessary crime. Now we have an opportunity to help a little, to continue his work with youth. To get the message to kids that Drunk Driving Must Stop! We are asking for your help. Please join us as a sponsor, golfer or prize donor. All support is greatly appreciated. Last year's tournament was a resounding success, raising $9,650 for MADD Cobequid. We know that Bruce would approve and love to see us all get together again in his memory... to celebrate his life and continue his work. For more details, call 902-758-2442 or email Const. Bruce Miller

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 17 1st Annual Bruce Miller Golf Tournament 2006 Winners MADD committee members

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 19 Benefit Hockey - 2006-2007 PANS All Stars vs Tim Hortons All Stars Our 9th Annual Charity Hockey Game in Wolfville was held on March 1/07 at the Acadia Arena, whereby donations were made to the “VALLEY REGIONAL HOSPITAL CARDIAC REHAB PROGRAM” and the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation. Accepting the cheque on behalf of the Valley Regional Cardiac Rehab Program are Shayne Fryia, Program Analyst; and Dr. Howard Wightman, Cardiologist and Founding member of the program.

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 21 Benefit Hockey - 2006-2007 PANS All Stars vs Tim Hortons All Stars 8th Annual Hockey Game held on January 31/07 at the New Glasgow Stadium.

22 POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA The 1000 + members of Local 625 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers support the efforts of the Police Association of Nova Scotia and it’s members to educate the public of the dangers in child pornography and ways to fight this terrible crime. I.B.E.W. - The Union of Hearts and Minds 58 McQuade Lake Crescent, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3S 1G8 Ph: 902-450-5625 Scrap Metal New & Used Structural Enviro Depot We Buy Copper, Aluminum, Brass, Radiators, Lead JOHN ROSS & SONS LTD. 7 Cummane Street Truro, NS (behind Engine Room Pub) Tel. 902-893-9429 LEWIS KELLY EXCAVATING AND LANDSCAPING Water & Sewer; Septic Systems; Stumping Lots; Snow Removal; Topsoil, Fill, Manure, Bark Mulch; Sodding; Hydro-Seeding; Interlocking Stones; Walls & Walkways; Lot Grading. 865-3460 / 495-5232 / 209-2186 26 Walker Service Road Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia B4C 2P7 Bill Luedey Vice President 902 482-3642 Fax 902 450-1274 Services Group Insurance Consulting Benefit Plans Worksite Wellness Programs 5991 Spring Garden Rd. Suite 800 Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 1Y6

POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 23 Benefit Hockey - 2006-2007 PANS All Stars vs Tim Hortons All Stars Some of the members of the Tim Horton’s VS PANS Hockey Team attending reception following the game in Halifax held on February 15/07. Referee Larry “Magic” Christian Referee Romeo LeBlanc, and Entertainer Craig Hope. Tim Hortons All Stars’ Dr. Doug McGrath and Alain Menard. Tim Hortons All Star Gordie Gallant. Tim Hortons All Star Oscar Gaudet.

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 25 Benefit Hockey - 2006-2007 PANS All Stars vs Tim Hortons All Stars SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS A night of appreciation was held following the 11th Annual Benefit Hockey Game held at the Halifax Forum in February, for two special individuals who have been a big part of these events. On behalf of PANS, plaques were presented to Brian Foster (Tim Horton’s) who is the man most responsible for the success of these games, and to Paul LeBlanc for all his assistance in putting the Tim Horton team together. Both Brian and Paul have been instrumental in organizing these events over the past 11 years along with Fenety Marketing and the Police Association of Nova Scotia. Their dedication and hard work has been greatly appreciated and on behalf of PANS we would like to express a sincere thank you to you both. From left to right: Cst. Wade Keddy (Secretary-Treasurer, PANS), Brian Foster (Tim Horton’s) and Cst. Phil Claybourne (President PANS). Brian Foster is receiving a plaque on behalf of PANS for his contribution to the success of the Benefit Hockey Games hosted annually across the Province by PANS. From left to right: Paul LeBlanc (Tim Hortons), Cst. Wade Keddy (Sec-Tres. PANS) and Cst. Phil Claybourne (President, PANS) presenting a plaque to Paul LeBlanc (better known to most as J’Beau) for his dedication and assistance with the PANS Benefit Hockey Games.

26 POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA MUNICIPALITY OF THE DISTRICT OF LUNENBURG 210 Aberdeen Rd. Bridgewater, NS B4V 4G8 902-543-8181 Proud supporters of PANS P.O. Box 57, Milford Station, N.S. B0N 1Y0 Tel. (902) 758-3256 A National Gypsum Company

POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 27 Benefit Hockey - 2006-2007 PANS All Stars vs Tim Hortons All Stars Our 8th Annual Charity Hockey Game in Truro was held on Thursday, March 21/07 at the Colchester Legion Stadium, and successfully raised over $7,000.00 to support PANS’ many activities in the area, including generous contributions to the Colchester Regional Hospital Foundation new building fund, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colchester County and the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation.

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 29 In Novernber 2005 the Bridgewater Police Department implemented the Heart Safe Program becoming the first municipal police service in Nova Scotia to have all their marked police vehicles equipped with an Automated External Defibrillator. This program was made possible by the generous contributions of many community groups such as: Kiwanis Club - Golden"K" Masons Acadia Lodge LaHave Lodge Central Nova ATV Club Legion Bridgewater Rotary Club of Bridgewater Atlantic Rebekah, Lodge Paramedic Dave Wynn training On April 19, 2007 this program proved invaluable when a 79-year-old Bridgevvater resident suffered a sudden cardiac arrest while driving on Dufferin Street. Cst. Ward Beck became aware of the accident and he and Cst. Jennifer Russell arrived on the scene within minutes. Cst. Beck immediately recognized the female driver had no pulse and was not breathing. He removed her from the vehicle while instructing Cst. Russell to get the defibrillator from the police vehicle. As Cst. Russell prepared the device D/Cst. Trevor Mitchell arrived on scene and attached the device to the female and administered a shock to her heart. Cst. Beck provided respirations while Cst. Russell did chest compressions. Paramedics arrived and another 2 shocks were delivered to the female. The female regained a positive pulse and was breathing on her own when they arrived at the hospital. The next day she was fully alert and had suffered no adverse effects. The emergency doctor at the hospital credited the fast use of the automated defibrillator as a main contributing factor in this positive outcome. Photo courtesy of Keith Corcoran, Bridgewater Bulletin. Cst. Jennifer Russell, Mayor Carroll Publicover, Cst. Ward Beck As originally published By Jennifer Vardy, The Evening News Defibrillator Saves Life

30 POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA AMBROSE J. HEIGHTON CHIEF OF POLICE TOWN OF STELLARTON 250 Foord St., P.O. Box 609 Stellarton, NS B0K 1S0 (902) 752-6160 Office (902) 752-4101 Fax email: Mike Brown Store Manager 188 Robie Street Truro, NS B2N 1L1 Tel.: (902) 893-3497 Fax: (902) 893-4499

POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 31 COUNTY - Substance abuse among youth is still very much a problem in Canadian society and, for parents, the best weapon against drugs and alcohol may be knowledge. That was the message expressed on November 27, when representatives from Addiction Services, local police and the Bridgewater Home and School Association met with concerned parents and educators at Bridgewater Junior/Senior High School to talk about substance abuse. The local Home and School federation's role came out of a national movement initiated by the Canadian Home and School Federation (FHS). The program, called DrugWise Parents, ins parents to educate their parental peers with credible information about substance abuse and how to identify and avoid potentially troubling problems with their children. Ultimately, it is hoped some 12,000 parents across the country will participate in The DrugWise program. Sandra Himmelman, a trained facilitator with the CFHS's DrugWise Parent program, said an effective means of prevention of substance abuse is education and understanding the multiple consequences of drug use. "Basically, parents need to know and want to know," she said. "Youth have difficulty relating to long-term effects, [so] we want to emphasize short-term and, preferably, social consequences rather than long-term effects when providing drug-specific information." Despite recent and real concerns about drugs such as crystal meth and OxyContin, Ms. Himmelman said the most common problems associated with substance abuse in teens still relate to alcohol, cannabis and tobacco use. Scott Priske, a counsellor with Addiction Services who was invited to speak at the session, seconded Ms. Himmelman's characterization of substance abuse in Nova Scotia's youth. According to Mr. Priske, the last major survey conducted among Grade 7, 9, 10 and 12 students in Nova Scotia in 2002 indicates that 23 per cent of students had used cigarettes or tobacco products, 36.5 per cent had used cannabis and more than 51 per cent of students surveyed admitted to having used alcohol at least once in the year prior to the survey. “We know that they tend to overlop categories,” Mr. Priske said. “[And] we know that more students don’t use than do – and that’s a hard thing to convince them of, because they’re a peer group and ‘everybody uses.’” Cst. Christine Bonnell, the community liaison officer for Bridgewater Police, also walked through physical descriptions of drugs with the parents and educators in attendance. Cst. Bonnell explained that students can get access to dangerous substances through connections at school, over MSN and even at the mall. And, she said, that includes the harder and more dangerous drugs. “Crack and cocaine is very popular, and marijuanna is still, as well,” she said. “The problem with marijuanna and drugs is trying to convict them. If someboy comes and they’ve got alcohol on their’s pretty easy to prove that.” But, with drugs, she added, “It’s kind of hard to prove it if they’ve just had a little bit of something and there’s no odour.” Ultimately, Mr. Priske said, in order to avoid perils of susbtance abuse, it’s critical for parents to take an active interest in their children’s lives. “Although parents may sometimes feel they are not able to reach their teen, research shows that over the long term, they have the strongest influence on their child” PATRICK HIRTLE PHOTO Bridgewater Police community liaison officer Cst. Christine Bonnell talks with parents and educators who had many questions about how to identify specific types of drugs. As originally published By Patrick Hirtle - The realities of substance abuse in youth Home and school seminar helps to educate concerned parents, educators.

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 33 Sgt. Richard Milbury of the Bridgewater Police Department presented, service station attendant Garrett Fraser with a certificate of appreciation on November 10 in recognition for a community service he performed earlier this summer by identifying a potentially dangerous fuel leak in a vehicle. Mr. Fraser was also recently honoured by Shell Canada for his quick-thinking contribution. PATRICK HIRTLE PHOTO By Jennifer Vardy, The Evening News An Honourable Mention From left to right: Staff Sgt. Randy MacKenzie, Major Bishop of the Salvation Army, Valerie Munroe and Cpl. Jim MacDonald from the Truro Police Service. Staff-Sgt. MacKenzie presenting Major Bishop with an annual donation to the “Christmas Index,” on behalf of the Truro Police Service. Both articles as originally published


POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 35 Photos Members of the Truro Police Service enjoying the Stanley Cup during its visit to Truro as part of the Hockeyville 2006 Celebrations.

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 37 ATruro couple will be running for a good cause in Europe this winter. Rick and Angela Hickox will be part of Team Diabetes running The Rome Marathon in March. It is Angela's third marathon and Rick's first. Angela's encouragement and a personal connection helped convince Rick to get involved. "My 10-year-old nephew was recently diagnosed with type-two diabetes," said Rick, a Truro police officer. Jacob receives up to four needles each day and Rick said he has devoted his fundraising efforts to help find a cure for the disease. "It's a great way to have fun, train and raise money for a great cause," said Angela, a Central Nova Scotia paramedic. The couple has been running various races this year across the province in preparation for the 26.2-mile marathon. And Rick has steadily improved his time. "He's faster than me and I've been running for six years," said Angela, who's looking forward to the Rome run. "We start in the Coliseum and end in the Coliseum." The couple is holding a charity auction on Saturday at Kegger's Alehouse to help raise the $5,900 they each must contribute. More than 50 items, donated by local businesses will be up for auction. "They've been very supportive of the effort," Rick said. The list of items includes hotel accommodations, jewelry and green fees at local golf clubs to clothing and restaurant gift certificates. Prize viewing starts at 4 p.m. with the auction starting at 4:30 p.m. Angela added the community, businesses, family and friends have made the run possible. "We wouldn't be able to do it without their support," she said. JASON MALLOY PHOTO Rick and Angela Hickox will be running The Rome Marathon this March to raise funds for diabetes research and education. The couple will hold an auction Saturday to help raise some of the funds needed to participate. By Jason Malloy - Truro Daily News Colchester County, Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Truro couple running for Team Diabetes in The Rome Marathon As originally published

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 39 Imagine farming a field that hasn't seen a drop of rain since March, using archaic tools in a hot, dusty, dirty environment, trying to earn a meager living to support a family. That is the sort of thing Afghan farmers deal with day in and day out, says a Charlottetown police officer. Const. Ross Davies of the Charlottetown City Police has been in Kandahar, Afghnistan since February as part of the Provincial Reconstruction Team. The Canadian-led PRT is a multi-departmental effort, employing personnel from the Department of National Defence, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, the Canadian International Development Agency, the RCMP and other Canadian police forces. The PRT's mission is to help extend the authority of the Afghanistan government in Kandahar province, where Canada assumed command in August 2005, by promoting local stability and security, improving local governance structures, and engaging in reconstruction activities. The Guardian contacted Davies via e-mail and he gave some insight as to what it's really like in Afghanistan. Davies said the fact Canadian soldiers have been targeted and killed for their involvement in helping rebuild the war-torn country is quite frustrating. "We have young Canadian men and women that have given their lives and the remainder are risking the same fate every day," he said. Davies said he would equate the insurgents in Afghanistan to the criminals the police deal with in Canada. "This meaning that at home we deal with a very small percentage of the population that are the criminal element. Here, we deal with a very small percentage of the population that do not want to see Afghanistan succeed. The rest are very hard-working people who love their country." The most frustrating part of the mission in Afghanistan is the security situation, Davies said. “All of our movements have to be planned in advance. We must have an appropriate amount of security with us, and time on the ground is limited. When we expose ourselves for too long, that is when we run the greatest risk." Another frustration Davies has is when he reads news articles that say they shouldn't be over there. “This may or may not be true, but to the folks here in this theatre, for the most part it is not their decision and what is needed is support for the job that is being done." Davies says there are lots of positive aspects of the mission. "One of the most rewarding things is that when we are driving anywhere and we see young children running towards us waving and giving the ever-popular thumbs-up. They are the ones that will be the future community leaders and will have the greatest impact on the renewal of (the) country." Davies said he went to visit a school in Afganistan a few months ago and the children were asked what they wanted to be when they grew up. When asked who wanted to be a police officer, many of their hands went up. When asked that question in Canada, most students say they'd like to be police officers because it looks fun on TV, he said. "When we asked them why here, their answer was ‘to help their country’." Davies said he is extremely glad to be part of the PRT mission, adding it’s been one of the most rewarding experiences of his life. "This mission is a ground-up, rebuilding of a police force as well as a country. Someday when the country has rebuilt and regained itself I will be able to look back and know I played a very small part in that.” Davies' wife, Angela, said she's proud of her husband but worries about him and has mixed feelings about him being overseas. “This is his second mission with the city police. He was in the military before this, so I’m used to him being gone, but this mission is a little bit more difficult because he’s in a little more danger than before, so it’s pretty stressful.” She says this time around her children are older (17 and 14) and they know their father is in constant danger. Although many people don’t think Canada should be sending people to Afganistan, Davies said her husband and the other officers think otherwise. “(The officers) know there’s a job to be done and they’re glad they’re doing it. I know we talk quite a bit about how it’s been portrayed in the government and with people saying our soldiers shouldn’t be over there. They feel they should be, that there’s something to be done. We’re in a country of plenty and they need to give a country with nothing.” Davies has been sending letters to the RMCP Gazette about his experiences in Afghanistan. Those letters can be viewed at www.gazette.rcmp.gc. ca/article-en.html?category_id=1&article_id=245 BY KATIE SMITH - THE GUARDIAN Afghan mission proves rewarding for city constable As originally published Ross Davies of Charlottetown police proud to be playing small part in helping country rebuild itself. Const. Ross Davies of the Charlottetown Ciry Police, seen in this file photo, has been stationed in Kanda har, Afghanistan, since February as part of the Canadian led Provincial Reconstruction Team.

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 41 KENTVILLE - Five years ago Theresa Digioacchino was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Since then, she has worked tirelessly to raise awareness of the challenges of living with the debilitating neurodegenerative disorder and to raise money for research she hopes will find a cure very soon. “I decided then I’m not going to sit around and get depressed,” she said in an interview Sunday. “I’m going to do something about it.” For the past five years, she has spearheaded the annual Parkinson Society Maritimes Superwalk in locations around the Valley to raise research dollars and to bring Parkinson’s sufferers and their families and friends together. This year’s event was held in Kentville on Sunday, with upwards of 50 people of all ages running or walking to raise money. “It took a lot out of me this time,” she said of the months of preparation. “But I don’t want it to end.” She said several people in her family have had Parkinson’s, which has drastically affected her life. “I don’t want to see my kids like this,” she said. “If one of them gets this, I want there to be a cure.” Bruce Tupper of Kentville was on hand to support the event. His sister-in-law, Pauline Tupper, is a Parkinson’s sufferer. “It’s a devastating disease,” he said. “It breaks your heart. She has an amazing spirit that has not been broken by the disease, but physically it has made a dramatic impact on her life. It’s hard to watch and you wish there was more you could do.” But Mr. Tupper said the Superwalks do more than raise money and awareness – they let Parkinson’s patients and their families know people care. “It’s helpful to know other people support you,” he said. Last year 15 Maritime communities hosted Superwalks, raising over $80,000 for research and services. Parkinson Society Maritimes spokeswoman Judy Robichaud said events were to be held Sunday across the Maritimes and Canada. “It’s our signature event,” she said in an interview. “It gives Parkinsonians a voice.” Ms. Digioacchino said her motto is the same as that of Michael J. Fox, the celebrity activist for Parkinson’s research. “He’s not stopping. He’s going to keep going until the cure is found,” she said. “It’s almost here.” ( PAUL PICKERAM Theresa Digiacchino, left, is shown Sunday with participants in the annual Parkinson Society Maritimes Superwalk in Kentville. Ms. Digioacchino has organized walks in the Annapolis Valley to raise money for research since she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s five years ago. BY PAUL PICKERAM Parkinson’s patient takes fight on personnally As originally published Valley woman has made it her mission to raise funds for research

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 43 COUNTY– Three police officers from Lunenburg County received medals of bravery from Gov. Gen. Michaelle Jean in Ottawa October 13. Cst. Terry Brekker and Cst. Danny MacPhee of the Bridgewater Police and Cst. Greg Keeler, who was formerly stationed with the RCMP's South Shore Traffic Services, were among 43 people decorated for bravery at Rideau Hall. The medal is awarded for acts of bravery in hazardous circumstances, in this case recognizing that the three men risked their lives to protect citizens from a gunman on June 11, 2003. Events began the previous evening after the RCMP received a call from a relative concerned about the mental health of Newcombville resident Kevin Woodworth. Police spotted his SUV in Bridgewater but Mr. Woodworth fled and officers abandoned the chase. The troubled man was located again the following day, but in the course of the afternoon rammed a police car and fired at officers during a pursuit through Lunenburg and Queens counties. Bridgewater Police got involved again after Mr. Woodworth struck a car in town. Believing he may be in the Marie Avenue area, officers headed in that direction. As Cst. Brekker rounded the corner onto Meldrum Avenue, Mr. Woodworth rammed his police car head-on at high speed. Although slightly injured by the impact, Cst. Brekker grabbed a shotgun and joined Cst. Keeler, Cst. MacPhee and fellow Bridgewater Police Cst. Jerome Richard at a gravel pit near the town line. It was there that Mr. Woodworth got out of his SUV with a high-powered hunting rifle and began firing at the officers. With no protection in the open area and a populated area nearby, the constables laid on their bellies and returned fire. The gravel pit is next to a large apartment complex and a number of houses. Many people were outside when the shooting began, including children playing in yards. Although they were in a very vulnerable position, the constables kept Mr. Woodworth at bay until more officers arrived. The RCMP’s emergency response team surrounded the pit a short time later. They exchanged fire with Mr. Woodworth, who suffered multiple gunshot wounds. Paramedics took him to South Shore Regional Hospital, where he died within the hour. A joint investigation by Halifax Regional Police, the RCMP and Bridgewater Police determined that all officers involved in the pursuit and shootout acted appropriately. The event led the province to purchase new communications equipment to allow municipal police departments throughout Nova Scotia to communicate freely with the RCMP as needed. At the time, Bridgewater Police could not access the RCMP’s frequencies. Cst. Richard was also awarded the medal of bravery. He was unable to attend Friday’s ceremony. Cst. Keeler has since transferred from this area. PHOTO BY SGT. ERIC JOLIN, RIDEAU HALL Three police officers from Lunenburg County received medals of bravery from Gov. Gen. Michaelle Jean in Ottawa October 13 for risking their lives to protect citizens from a gunman in June 2003. Shown with the Governor General are, from left, Cst. Terry Brekker of the Bridgewater Police, Cst. Greg Keeler of the RMCP and Cst. Danny MacPhee of the Bridgewater Police. BY LISA BROWN - Police officers cited for bravery As originally published Governor General presents medals

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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 45 Montreal Canadians Maxim Lapierre, right, and Danny Groulx are escorted by Cpl. Kelly Reid of the Truro Police Service as they walk to the rink for an NHL pre-season game against the Ottawa Senators in Truro, Monday. Lapierre played with the P.E.I. Rocket. Walk this way CANADIAN PRESS PHOTO JOHN DECOSTE A good turnout was on hand Sept. 10 in Kentville for the Casey Project Walk to raise awareness of suicide prevention. Shown prior to setting out on their walk ‘around the square’ in Kentville are (left to right) Jennifer Smart, Cst. Angie Gibson, Jon VanZoost, Joyce Fisher and Mary Bent, after whose son Casey the project is named. Awareness and Prevention As originally published

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