The Oshawa Express - Experience of a
       
Experience of a lifetime awaits
July 29,2009

A number of lucky students will get the experience of a lifetime this summer. Thanks to support from the Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Durham Regional Police will be providing 44 students from local highschools the opportunity to participate in the Youth in Policing program (YIP)."Youth in this program gain experience and valuable new skills which is a great way to unlock their potential," said Deb Matthews, the minister of children and youth services. "Youth in Policing gives kids the opportunity connect with the police in a positive way that promotes understanding and respect for one another."

Throughout the program students, aged 14 to 17, will get a unique look into the workings of Canada’s 10th largest municipal police service."It's a win-win situation," says Deputy Chief Sherry Whiteway."These kids get to see what wonderful career opportunities are available to them and we have a unique opportunity to connect with young adults and learn more about their world."
 
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