On November 11, 2013 the North Vancouver RCMP Detachment participated in the annual Remembrance Day parade. As always there was a great turnout from both young and old.
On Wednesday, August 21, 2013 the world renown RCMP Musical Ride performed at Mohon Park in North Vancouver. Admission to the two shows were by donation, with almost $11,000.00 raised for Cops for Cancer fund raiser. Generous community partners supported the costs of bringing the Ride to our community!
(Former two officers of North Vancouver Detachment, (L-R) Cst. Bethany Williams & Cst. Sarah Brophy)
'Pink Shirt Day' was Wednesday, February 26, 2014. The North Vancouver RCMP once again showed strong support for this most worthwhile cause. In 2007, several Nova Scotia high school teens wore pink shirts in support of a fellow student who was being bullied. Their efforts proved effective and the unique show of solidarity has spread across Canada. The students demonstrated that change can happen and there is strength in numbers.
"Police see all too often the negative effects of bullying in our schools and communities. There is a real need to bring awareness to bullying and the hurt it brings to innocent victims," stated S/Sgt. Glenn Magark of the North Vancouver RCMP. "Be part of the solution – not part of the problem."
Volunteers of the Lower Lonsdale Community Policing Center were shown the North Vancouver RCMP police boat. They were given a patrol of the area the vessel makes.
On Wednesday, June 06, 2012, the North Vancouver RCMP detachment participated in the 2012, B.C. Special Olympics Torch Relay Run. Over $1200.00 was raised by the detachment in support of the Special Olympics. Officers ran alongside the athletes over to West Vancouver.
The North Vancouver RCMP proudly participated in the celebration of the 100th Lynn Valley Day. This year the event was held on May 26, 2012. The detachment was well represented by S/Sgt. Paul Duffy of the Community Policing Section.
(Volunteer proudly driving Community Policing van in parade.)
(Safety Bear and S/Sgt. Paul Duffy of the Community Policing Section.)