COBOURG POLICE VOLUNTEERS (CPV)
The Cobourg Police Volunteers continue to play an important role within the Cobourg Police Service.
The members of our volunteer program provided assistance with many events this year some of which are listed below;
- Operation Lifesaver Presentation (Railway Safety for students)
- Auto Theft Prevention – “Lock it or Lose it”
- Fingerprinting of Children – Ident-a-kit cards
- Radar Program
- Cops Vs Docs Hockey Game
- MS Walk
- Children’s Safety Village for Children set up at the Baltimore Recreation Centre Arena
- Cobourg Civic Awards
- Cornerstone’s Mother’s Day Brunch
- Canada Day Parade and Festival
- Highland Games
- Halloween Patrol
- Christmas Magic
- Santa Clause Parade, Wake up Santa
- Cram a Cruiser
- Train Shows
- Winter Fest
In addition to assistance provided above, the Volunteers assist the public during the summer months at the Volunteer Trailer located at the foot of Victoria Park next to the children’s play area and the campgrounds. This location provides a central location within the park for ease of access.
Many visitors attending our community meet our volunteers and appreciate the work they do from assisting with town information, directions, assisting the life guards for a missing child and assisting officers with issues on the beach.
In 2015 the volunteers dedicated an outstanding 2,227.5 hours of volunteer work.
The members continue to strive to be an excellent partner to the Police Service and the Town of Cobourg.
The Cobourg Police are always looking for new people to become volunteers within our service. If you are interested in becoming a Cobourg Police Volunteer you can apply on line through the website or by dropping into the station 107 King Street West.
For more information:
905-372-6821 X 2229
Visit our Website:www.cobourgpolice.com