2018 Nominees

Amy Finn (5)

Amy Finn is an excellent example of a community hero. She is kind to everyone she meets no matter what the circumstances are. Thank you for keeping our community safe all these years.

Chad Brown

Chad Brown has been a Police Officer with the West Grey Police Service for 3 years and served as an Auxiliary member for the preceding 6 years. Since day one, Cst. Brown has been heavily involved in the community and is a great example as to what community policing should be. 

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Matt Dupuis (2)

I met Matt and his brother in college while he was studying to become a police officer. I have seen him deal with issues and people with more patience than a rock. He takes the time to listen to people's concerns. Between that and his dedication to family, he truly is an inspiration and pillar to the community.

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Tina Pippy (4)

Tina saved my nieces life last year and is our family hero! I watched the news from BC and was so honored to see a good news police story and with my little niece!! Keep up the great acts of humanity. 

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Elizabeth Skelding (4)

I read the story and saw the news report on TV of Elizabeth's bravery. She saved a woman who was being attacked with a knife and who could have been murdered and that in my opinion is bravery personified. She herself was stabbed in the leg trying to disarm the attacker. He is in jail now and a woman's life was saved. She seems to be a wonderful asset to our police force. I do hope she gets the recognition she deserves.  

Keira Brooks (4)

Keira Brooks is an amazing community officer at St. Peter's C.S.S. in Barrie. She serves as a consistent role model and mentor for our students. I often see her in the halls and the cafeteria; she is always talking with our students, getting to know them, listening to their concerns, and celebrating their successes. 

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Emily Coccimiglio (4)

Policing not only requires physical fitness, intelligence and patience but good ethical character and excellent interpersonal, problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills. This can be attributed to a proactive style of policing now known as community policing. Constable Coccimiglio has all these skills and more. 

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Brian Mitchell (5)

I would like to nominate Constable Brian Mitchell of the York Regional Police. Brian is the type of officer that all should strive to be - hard working, dedicated and always putting others first...Brian sets a good example for all.

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Amy Finn (4)

I'm nominating Amy, as I believe she has done Chatham-Kent wonders in her time. Being a single mother and working hard, then also helping out in the community as often as she does, it just is truly incredible. This woman is an inspiration in so many ways! You've left your mark here and it'll never be forgotten. You're an amazing human being! I wish you all the best in the years to come.

Keira Brooks (3)

Constable Brooks is an asset to our school community. Admin, staff and students depend on her to assist us, whatever the task may be. As a member of the special needs department, she is always so kind and personable with our kids, knows everyone's names and takes an interest in what they are excited about. We would be lost without her in our school!