Photo by Vince Fedoroff
COMMUNITY SAFETY PROGRAM BOLSTERED – The Selkirk First Nation received a new community safety officer truck last Friday at Whitehorse Motors, a key sponsor. Shown left to right are David Bennett, Chief Sharon Nelson, Tina Woodland and Jens Nielsen of Whitehorse Motors, former RCMP officer Gina Nagano, who helped create the safety officer program, Lance Burton and Darcy Marcott. The First Nation began the program last February. The security officers don’t do actual police tasks, but work collaboratively with area RCMP officers.
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