2nd Annual YELLOWCARD Day will take place on October 8th. The
YELLOWCARD Campaign is a national anti-bullying campaign with the
mission to end the casual and negative use of the R-word (retard) in
every day conversation. For over 850,000 Canadians living with an
intellectual disability, the use of the R-word invokes memories of being
bullied; endless days of being demeaned and countless times being told
that they are outsiders not worthy of respect. You can get
involved by taking the Pledge and passing it on.
The London Police Service would like to invite those who would like to
learn about a career in policing to attend a "Recruiting Presentation"
Saturday, October 24th at 9:45 a.m.
London Police Service Headquarters, 601 Dundas Street, London, ON
A special invitation is being extended to
visibly diverse and female members of the community to attend this
informative event. Police officers from diverse backgrounds will
be on hand to provide their personal stories about their "journey" into
(More details on this event and the London Police Service Diversity Plan)
LONDON POLICE SERVICE BUDGET
The London Police Services Board approved the Operating
Budgets (2016 - 2019) and Capital Budgets (2016 - 2025) at the meeting
held Thursday, September 17, 2015. Further information can be
YOU'RE A V.I.P.
Sandasha Ferguson, a 15-year officer with the London Police Service, has
taken her passion for Bullying Awareness and created a video with her
first single, titled "You're a V.I.P.".
(Click image to watch video)
NEW HOURS - LONDON POLICE SERVICE HEADQUARTERS RECEPTION
Effective November 1st, 2014, the London Police Service Headquarters
Reception will be closed to the public from 11:30 pm to 7:00 am daily.
For non-emergency concerns, dial 519-661-5670.
In case of emergency, dial 9-1-1.