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New Transit Peace Officers from diverse backgrounds.

On Nov. 2, 15 new Calgary Transit Peace Officers attended graduation ceremonies at Fort Calgary, the culmination of seven weeks of specialized training in law and security in preparation for the West LRT opening. The graduates bring a wide breadth of diverse police experience from Tsuu T'ina Tribal police, regional police services, RCMP, and Sheriff services. Some have experience as correctional peace officers, locally and abroad. Others have worked with the Royal Navy and the RCAF. One of the graduates has a law degree and another is a certified forensic interviewer. The graduating peace officers are fluent in several languages and reflect Calgary's cultural diversity.

Compiled by Darlene Chrapko

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Title Annotation:CALGARY
Author:Chrapko, Darlene
Publication:Alberta Sweetgrass
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1CALB
Date:Dec 1, 2012
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