POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 19 PANS in the community Truro Police Service patrol officers helping the Salvation Army Truro Corp distribute Christmas baskets to those in need this holiday season. Baskets contained a turkey and all the fix’ins for a turkey dinner. Toys for children were also included. Over 90 families benefitted from those who donated. Truro Police would like to thank the Truro Corp for the invite and a very special thank you for those who donated. Without you this would never happen! Truro Police Service Insp Hearn accepting a plaque as a thank you from CEC teacher Denise Burgess. Truro Police have for the last 5 years partnered with CEC’s Options and Opportunities and Co-Operative Education Programs where students are paired with police officers for 30 hours while the officers go about their daily routine. Students get to see what police do which helps the students make an informed decision about a possible career choice to be a police officer. Students have been with officers as they carry out various duties including patrol, k9, traffic, school resource and forensics. Truro Police look forward to continuing this valuable community partnership for many years to come. Santa stopped by the police station Christmas night and Truro Police Service Cst DeGroot was not happy with her present. After some negotiation she and Santa made up and he was sent on his way. Truro Police Service Cst Kelly Quinn poses with Hannah Stewart during a local Food Drive. Truro Police Service