Crime Prevention Guide

POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 13 PANS in the community Amherst Police Departmentcontinued Staff Sergeant Brian Gairns remembers. Best Dressed Elf Constable Michelle Harrison had the privilege of being in Immersion P/1 Boudreau at Spring Street Academy on December 16, 2020 to talk about Community Helpers! They were such great listeners! continued from Colchester County who is a retired RCMP officer who reached out to him.” Cpl. Jennifer Clarke, public information officer for the Nova Scotia RCMP, is amazed at the empathy shown by the eightyear-old. “I don’t think I’ve ever seen this level of empathy from someone so young,” she said. “It’s heartbreaking for us to know that a child is aware of such violence and tragedy happening so close to home, but also brings such a sense of gratitude for the world this young boy lives in. The fact that he can find courage and share his courage with us lets us know that there is a lot of good in this world despite the incidents of April 18 and 19. We have incredible respect for the family and community who are raising him.” continued