Richmond day campers police for a day

Record Staff

Children participating in Richmond’s summer day camp recently received a visit from the cadets of the Sûreté du Québec as part of the “discovery of the profession of police officer” program.
This activity allowed the young people to hear more about the job of police officers, to get a closer look at a patrol car and to learn about the equipment that a police officer uses for work. Two cadets, Étienne Lessard and Ismael Landry, as well as agent Mike Cyrenne-Tourigny, from the Sûreté du Québec du Val-Saint-François post in Richmond, were on hand to answer questions asked by the children in order to talk about police work first-hand.
The groups participating in the activity were presented with washable SQ tattoos, coloring books and cop for a day caps, much to the delight of everyone involved.

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