Cape Breton Regional Police host Police Week display, unveil new Emergency Response Mobile Command Center
May 11, 2016
Police Week 2016 runs from May 15 – May 21. In light of Police Week, the Cape Breton Regional Police Service is kicking off celebrations early with a Police Week display at C200 on Thursday, May 12th.
The Police Week display will open at 9:00AM, and this year, organizations including Emergency Health Services, CBRM Fire Services, the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, and the Canadian Coast Guard College will be joining the Cape Breton Regional Police Week display, showcasing first response services throughout the CBRM. The Police Week display runs from 9:00AM to 5:00PM, is open to citizens of all ages and is free of charge.
It will be followed by a Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) for Special Olympics outside C200 beginning at 6:00PM. Registration for the LETR for Special Olympics will open at 5:00PM directly outside C200, and is $20 per person. The CBRPS encourages citizens to participate or stop by to support the runners in this event.
There will also be a ribbon-cutting ceremony during tomorrow’s Police Week display, which takes place at 12:00PM.
Mayor Cecil Clarke, Cape Breton Regional Police Chief Peter McIsaac, Manager of Emergency Management, John Dilny, and Deputy Fire Chief Chris March will host the first public viewing of CBRM’s new Emergency Response Mobile Command Center.
The CBRM Mobile Command Center will be used by Emergency Services as an emergency response vehicle throughout the municipality.
Date: Thursday, May 12, 2016
Time: 12:00PM- 12:15PM