I nominate Troy Miller because Troy works hard in the community with different Police Service programs and he is also an OHL lines man. He is very well known in the city of Sault Ste Marie.
Sonny Spina is a dedicated and hard worker, who is committed to protecting the citizens of Sault Ste Marie. He volunteers in the community and is on different boards.
Detective Ian Jarvis is without a doubt a hero in my eyes. The first time I met him I gave my statement about my sexual assault. He made me feel comfortable and heard. He was kind. He continued to be that person over the years and through the many court processes. He became a rock for me.Read more
In 2015, my best friend's son was murdered. Det. Alan Diemert and his team have been nothing but compassionate, supportive and respectful to the family. The Waterloo homicide team have been with the family every step of the way and have helped ease them in this very difficult time. Their journey isn't over but we are so appreciative of Al's support. He clearly loves what he does and the community is better for it.
Ron LeClair has been an exemplary member of the Windsor Police Service. Born and raised in Essex County, educated at the University of Windsor, devoted to his community, Mr. LeClair holds the rank of Staff Sergeant in the WPS. Since 2014, Mr. LeClair has served as a Trustee with the Greater Essex County District School Board. He has also served his fellow officers as an active member of the Police Association, including as Chair.Read more
I would like to nominate Emily Coccimiglio for the police award not only because shes an amazing police officer and person, but because she saved my life and didn't give up. I am a recovering drug addict of almost 2 years, and I struggled for a very long time. Emily believed in me when I didn't believe in myself.Read more
Earle Cook has many accomplishments in his past 8 years with Ottawa police. He astounds me with his perseverance everyday. He broke his neck 13 years ago and still manages to push through the pain everyday to do a job that he loves. He is one of the most honest and loyal people I have ever met, and truly embodies the spirit of a true police officer.
It was 19 years this past January that Sgt. Julie Sudds sat across from me in the room at the Waterloo Regional Police on Hespeler Road in Cambridge. She had come to my home on many occasions due to the domestic abuse relationship I was in, and every time she came I was crying shaking and terrified that if I asked for help and placed charges it would make it 100 times worse.Read more