Burlington students win Halton Police’s first crime prevention video contest

Renée Francoeur
September 15, 2017
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Left to right: Christopher Rosser, Suzanne Pierce, Sgt. Stephen Siomra, Lindsay Hepburn, Det. Const. Jacqueline Ross, Olivia Conn,  Shawna Johnson, Colin Crawford, Det. Sgt. Ron Hansen, Det. Phil Vandenbeukel.
Left to right: Christopher Rosser, Suzanne Pierce, Sgt. Stephen Siomra, Lindsay Hepburn, Det. Const. Jacqueline Ross, Olivia Conn, Shawna Johnson, Colin Crawford, Det. Sgt. Ron Hansen, Det. Phil Vandenbeukel. Photo: Halton Regional Police.
Students at Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary School in Burlington, Ont. have received an award from the Halton Regional Police Service for their work on a crime prevention project.  

Earlier this year, members of the 3 District Criminal Investigations Bureau and the 3 District Regional Community Mobilization Bureau challenged local students to produce a video for their community with a crime prevention theme. This is the first year the Halton Regional Police Service has implemented this initiative.

On September 11, 2017, the winning students attended 30 Division in Burlington to receive an award for their theft awareness video. Halton Regional Police Service would like to congratulate the participating students for their hard work and their help in assisting police in bolstering public safety. 

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