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Lindsay White

D/Cst Lindsay White is not only an incredible person, but an amazing officer. She strives to do to her job in the utmost and professional manner and will go out of her way to ensure the job is done. She has a passion for policing and a passion for helping others. Between her immense involvement with Special Olympics and LETR, dragon boat races and any other type of community event, D/Cst White truly proves she is committed to her community. She is truly an inspiring person and a role model.

Mark Hall

Mark Hall goes above and beyond and when you need him. He is always there and responds to messages in a timely manner, and he answers your questions to reassure you things are going to be ok. 

Tom Whiteway

On December 27, 2018, PC Whiteway was on regular patrol and noticed black smoke in a residential neighborhood. It was quickly learned this was a working house fire in a townhouse. PC Whiteway entered the residence calling out for the occupants but was met with thick smoke and flames that were quickly spreading, he was unable to enter that unit. 

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Joel Genoe (2)

Joel is a Sergeant of a road platoon. He has more than 20 years of service as a police officer and over the years has done many amazing activities to ensure that his platoon is always properly supported and feels like a family. He works on programs for the community with his Community Mobilization Team trying to improve relationships between the public and the police. He has worked with kids help phone as well as many mental health programs supporting PTSD in the line of duty. 

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Rebecca Elliott (5)

I'd like to nominate Rebecca Elliott from the London Police Service. Rebecca is a great role model for youth in her community. I see her off duty coaching hockey and more recently fast pitch. She's well respected by all the players and provides a positive influence on the kids. 

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Alex McMillan (2)

Alex is a truly caring person and wonderful police officer. He is very good with people, talks to people and tries to help them when he can. He has a mental health background and uses this to the best of his ability. When he was a rookie, he was shown in the Toronto Star in uniform for bringing someone in, along with my son-in-law who is a Metro Toronto police officer. By the way, I am a very proud mother and mother-in-law to these officers. Keep up the good work boys.

Derek Spence

Derek Spence is just an amazing person to know. He helps with Special Olympics London when his is not on duty. When he is on duty, he is just a wonderful person and a good cop.

Jackie Parkin

I have had the pleasure of seeing how the children in different sport organizations look up to Officer Parkin. She is always trying to help the community with collections and gathering clothes and items for the less fortunate. On the street and in the community, she is always being approached as "Officer Parkin" by excited children whether in uniform or as a civilian. She is always willing to help. Image credit: https://www.barrietoday.com/local-news/cops-spotted-tagging-convenience-store-311687

Ben Pike

I just wanted to give credit where it's due. Constable Ben Pike is the cream of the crop. He is a leader within the organization. Not only does he always come to work with a smile on his face, but he is in his element the most when he is helping others. He is our hero because policing to him is a lifestyle, not simply a job. He is always willing to help anyone. 

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Rebecca Elliott (4)

I would like to nominate Rebecca Elliott for being a positive role model for everyone. Not just children but adults as well. Seeing her Instagram posts and stories of how she’s helped this community day after day with big events or just a day with the kids at a school has made me want to be a police officer more than ever. I want to help change this community and make it better in any way I can. I hope I get the chance to work with her one day and would be honoured to learn from her.