POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 15 The Official Opening of the New Bridgewater Police Service The new facility for the Bridgewater Police Service was officially opened on June 15, 2007 with a gracious ceremony. The ceremony included the unveiling of the name of the structure which will be called the “Shirlen L. Seamone Building,” in honor of the former police chief who passed away in 2002 after more than 30 years with the department. The Bridgewater Police Service displays a new crest and a modern look. This facility was years in the making and is now finally complete. The Community can be truly proud of this major accomplishment in their town. This new building is situated at 45 Exhibition Drive in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. Left to Right: Aline Young, Cst. Wade Keddyand Mr. Joe Ross at the official Ceremony of the opening of the new Bridgewater Police Facility. Mr. Ross, after more than 50 years in policing, retired as Executive-Director of the Police Association of Nova Scotia in December 2006 Members of the Bridgewater Police Service at the official opening of the new Bridgewater Police Station. Left to Right: Sgt. Richard Milbury, Sgt. Alfie OʼQuinn, Sgt. Allan Cunningham, Cst. Wade Keddy.