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NewsLocal students are winners in the 2011 Police Poster Competition

Local students are winners in the 2011 Police Poster Competition

For the second year the Carleton Place Detachment has participated in the the 2011 Police Poster Competition contest. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Recruitment Section, along with the assistance of Community Service Officers, organized the contest to attract children to policing. Grade 3 students from 211 classes in 180 schools across the Ontario created posters to reflecting their view of police officers on the job and in the community.

Fourteen winning posters will be featured in the 2012 “Youth Reflections of Policing” calendar along with a number of honourable mentions. The 14 winners and honourable mentions, their families, and school representatives attended an awards ceremony at the OPP General Headquarters in Orillia, on June 13, 2011.

The Carleton Place OPP was happy to announce that four posters from local area students were selected for the calendar.


 Mikayla Van der Ham of Arklan Public School placed second overall in the contest. Mikayla won a ride in a police car and is having her poster featured in the 2012 calendar.

Madison Letemplier – Hobbs of Ecole Elementaire Catholique J.L. Couroux was a runner-up in the contest and will have her poster featured as a month in the calendar.

Sean Edwards and Andreas Joannou of Ecole Elementaire CatholiqueJ.L Couroux received honourable mentions and will have their posters featured as part of a collage in the calendar.

The OPP thanks all the local schools and their grade 3 students that participated and provided them with such creative posters. Congratulations to all the winners!




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