The Barrie Police Service is a little larger today, after six new officers were sworn in during a special ceremony.
The #BarriePolice Recruit Spring Graduation is underway @cityofbarrie City Hall. Welcome to the world of Policing our 6 newest officers and thank you for your commitment to helping make our community safe. pic.twitter.com/A2EEGV7hSV— Barrie Police (@BarriePolice) April 26, 2019
The six officers received their Barrie Police Service badges today, after spending the last twelve weeks at the Ontario Police College, and three weeks’ worth of training with the Barrie Police.
Newly graduated Constable Jerome Miller addresses the grad ceremony for our newest members of the @BarriePolice. Congratulations recruits and the families that support them! pic.twitter.com/Utd1mYMJ1R— Jeff Lehman (@Mayor_Jeff) April 26, 2019
Now that they’ve officially been sworn in, the new constables will be paired with a coach officer for twelve weeks, but you may see any one of them out on the streets as of today.