Social Media October 2018

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Halloween Safety Message 

Produced with support from the Thunder Bay Police Service’s School Resource Officers, the annual Halloween Safety video was pushed out on social media as a reminder to parents about safe trick-or-treating strategies. 


Halloween Safety Display

Every year the Thunder Bay Police Service decorates for a special Halloween Safety Display. Families stop by with their children for some pre-Halloween trick-or-treating at the station. The event gives children a chance to interact with officers, and parents a chance to discuss any trick-or-treating safety concerns they may have.  


Winter Clothing Drive

The Thunder Bay Police Service holds an annual Winter Clothing Drive in October. The winter clothing collected during this initiative is given to prisoners who are released but do not have appropriate winter attire. Thanks to the strong community support, the Thunder Bay Police Service receives more winter clothing than it needs. The overflow is then re-donated to other organizations in need of winter clothing. 


NAN Open House

Thunder Bay Police Service officials, including A/Chief Sylvie Hauth, paid a visit to Nishnawbe Aski Nation's October open house. 


School Bus Safety Week

In partnership with First Student Canada, the Thunder Bay Police Service’s Traffic Unit helped produce a promotional video for School Bus Safety Week.  


Organizational Change Update

 

The Thunder Bay Police Service produced and published a video highlighting some of the updates toe the organizational change project and its Shaping Our Future working group. 


 

 

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