What do you think our Winnipeg Police Do? Wrong
On Sunday, November 6th, 2016 members of the association, off-duty police officers and Cadets volunteered their time to go door to door across the city to find out what is important to the citizens of Winnipeg when it comes to policing.
Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad co-chairs Kirk Van Alstyne and Moe Sabourin present Gary Bernard with National Ride for Dad incentive motorcycle give-away prize. A donated custom build chopper valued at $124,000.
In attendance at the Century of Women in Blue Wine & Cheese was Pauline Pfaff, great granddaughter of Winnipeg's first policewoman, Mary Dunn.
Winnipeg Police Officers are parents, friends and neighbours, and we care about the same things as everyone else. Our focus is on keeping families safe – and building on the things that are working.
Today, at Isaac Brock School, in front of over 370 students and educators, Maurice Sabourin, President, Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) launched the 2016-2017
Cool 2Be Kind campaign.
Join us as we Celebrate 100 Years of Women in Policing in the Winnipeg Police Service.
October 25, 2016 - Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Winnipeg Police Association teams-up with David Foster Foundation and the Miracle Gala & Concert.
In September of each year, Manitoba police and peace officers, citizens and families gather at the legislature for a memorial service to honour the nearly 50 fallen police officers.
The Cool 2Be Kind campaign is an initiative of the Winnipeg Police Association and focuses on teaching youth in grades K-8 the value of being kind.