OPP commander receives Governor General’s Award

June 7, 2017   ·   0 Comments

On May 25,  Nottawasaga OPP Detachment Commander, Inspector Steve Clegg was in Ottawa to receive The Order of Merit of the Police Services. The honour is presented on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen by the Governor General of Canada in a ceremony held each year.
Nominations are received by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and vetted by Regional Committees before being considered by the National Advisory Committee, which makes recommendations to the Governor General.
The Order of Merit of the Police Forces honours the leadership and long term exceptional service displayed by the men and women of the Police Services and recognizes their commitment to the country. Membership is based on the highest qualities of citizenship, service to Canada, to the police community, and to humanity at large.
Recipients distinguish themselves in a myriad of ways, and stand out from among their peers because of their dedication and devotion to policing, their leadership, their irreproachable character, their innovation and inventiveness.
Members of the Nottawasaga Detachment, Ontario Provincial Police, congratulate Inspector Clegg on receiving this outstanding award.


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