2019 Nominees

Ryan Hubbert

Ryan is always looking for a way to help out in the community and make everyone feel safe... from shoveling a lady’s driveway when she needed help, to just simply enjoying everything about his job when working.

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Julie Levesque

Julie has committed 18 years of incredible service providing critical support in every situation that comes across her desk. Her attitude to come into work everyday to provide both solutions and support are nothing less than amazing. She’s amazing.

Dylan McRae (2)

Cst. McRae is an inspiration to the community and his peers. He genuinely has a love and passion for the community he services. This young officer always has a positive attitude and a smile on his face. He is an officer and a gentleman. Keep up the good work!

Craig Walsh

Constable Craig Walsh is the finest officers that I know. Over the past 10+ years he has been the true embodiment of professionalism within the ranks of the London Police Service. "Walshy" (as he is called by those lucky enough to know him) is my hero due to his tireless efforts to make everyone around him better. Whether he's running a scribe course with other officers, giving tours of the police command vehicle to small children or volunteering his time with the London Air Show he always gives 110%. His commitment to physical fitness also inspires and encourages other officers around him. Way to go Craig!

Scott Dargie (3)

Scott Dargie is a amazing person. He is totally present when he deals with people and has an exceptional personality and a smile that lights up a room. He is extremely compassionate and caring and never gives up the passion for his job. He is deserving of any and all accolades that come his way. I worked in the Oshawa downtown core and the streets were a better place because of him. Thank You Officer Dargie.

Kevin Graham (4)

I have known Kevin for many years. For a very long time he wanted to be a police officer because he is dedicated to serving his community. Kevin worked very hard to accomplish his dream. He is kindhearted yet strong and fierce when necessary, he has very high moral standards and would do whatever it takes to help someone. He epitomizes what a police officer should be. He surely deserves to win this title.

Evan Harrison (4)

I have known Evan for over 30 years. I have watched him grow up to be the man he is today. I believe someone who is serving as a police officer is not only keeping our communities safe, but also represents the police force in the community. Evan is calm, a quick thinker, intelligent, selfless, positive, and genuine. 

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Jesse Mannell

Officer Mannell recently stopped to talk with two children in Gibbon's Park. He was very kind, and they were impressed that he talked to them directly. The 5 year old had just arrived from Brazil, and the 10 year old came to Canada from Pakistan 4 years ago. They were amazed at how friendly he was. Plus, he gave them each a police dog stuffed animal. A big hit!

Kimberly Cadarette (11)

I would like to nominate Officer Kimberly Cadarette for her outstanding contribution to the community. She is a dedicated Officer from Peel Regional Police Service, but with her time off she spends it in the community helping in various charities. 

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Rebecca Elliott (2)

My police hero is Rebecca Elliott. PC Elliott is a School Safety Officer and works in several of the higher needs schools in the city. She often spends extra time at these schools and is welcomed by the staff and students. When not teaching, she visits classrooms and will eat lunch with the kids or go out in the school yard or gym and play sports with them. 

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