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Posted on: June 9, 2021

Brooks RCMP Community Policing Unit


Brooks – The City of Brooks is pleased to introduce the Community Policing Unit, the newest addition of the Brooks RCMP Detachment.

The Community Policing Unit will focus on community relations within the City of Brooks and surrounding area. Their focus areas include community engagement, education, crime prevention, presentations, public relations, or any other circumstances where it can be used as a resource. Cst. Sharon Peters, Cpl. Josh Argue, and Safe Communities Facilitator, Kendra Sieben will stand as the three members of the new component of the Brooks RCMP Detachment.

“We are very excited about this new unit and cannot wait to see all of the great things they will achieve,” said Mayor Barry Morishita. “We trust their leadership will continue to display that Brooks is a safe and thoughtful community.”

The members of the newly created unit will work regular hours, as opposed to the usual shift work schedule. This allows them to be able to do additional engagement throughout the day, and be entirely available to the members of our community.

“I am very excited to be in at the ground level of building our Community Policing Unit in Brooks. I look forward to building on the relationships I’ve had the opportunity to create over the past 13 years of living in and working in the City of Brooks,” said Cpl. Josh Argue. “Our community is so special for so many reasons and we can’t wait to get to work and be out there meeting everyone.”

The Community Policing Unit formally began its duties on May 31, 2021 and will be based out of the Brooks RCMP Detachment.

For more information, please contact:

Kendra Sieben
Safe Communities Facilitator
City of Brooks/RCMP

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