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The Saint John Police Auxiliary Program


The Saint John Police Auxiliary program is a volunteer program that has been in operation for 25 years.

Auxiliary officers in this program volunteer their time and assist the Saint John Police by performing various tasks. These tasks often include community outreach, crime prevention initiatives, traffic control, crowd management at events, and aiding during emergencies or natural disasters. They often participate in patrols alongside a regular duty member and are a much-appreciated extra set of eyes and ears within the community.

The men and women in the Saint John Police Auxiliary Program undergo rigorous training to prepare them for their roles in the community which typically include instruction in first aid, self-defence, conflict resolution and criminal law.

Being a volunteer often involves personal sacrifice and requires a genuine desire to serve others. This is something exemplified in the men and women of the Saint John Police Auxiliary Program. Their selflessness and dedication to providing a stronger, healthier community is second to none.

The auxiliary members have played an instrumental role in supporting a healthy relationship within the community over the past 25 years. These are men and women who are committed to making a difference and believe in having a connection to the community that will leave an ever-lasting positive impression.

“Auxiliary members have represented the Saint John Police with commitment, professionalism, and integrity the past 25 years. We look forward to continuing to serve our community with our auxiliary members playing a role in our service delivery model.” Chief R.M. Bruce

We are extremely proud and grateful for the positive impact our auxiliary members have had on our community.

For more news, visit Saint John Police Force | City of Saint John, New Brunswick

For Media Related Inquiries, please email sjpfnews@saintjohn.ca.

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