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Auxiliary Unit Receiving Praise During National Volunteer Week

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The Auxiliary Unit is being recognized by the OPP during national volunteer week.

Auxiliary Units across the province represent about 200,000 hours dedicated to policing every year in a volunteer capacity.

Those members assist officers in the field and serve as a much needed component of enforcement and manpower in northern communities like Kapuskasing, Hearst, Cochrane and Iroquois Falls.

James Bay Detachment Commander, Inspector Mike Pilon says it’s a great way for young hopeful officers to get experience and be a part of the community.

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