No Foul Play Suspected In Death Of Guelph Man
Also: Guelph Police Announce Y.I.P.I. Program
by Guelph Now! Local News
Apr 17, 2012
1. No Foul Play Suspected in the Death of William MITCHELL
On Thursday April 12th, 2012 missing person William MITCHELL was located deceased in Preservation Park after an extensive search by police, emergency services personnel and family and community volunteers.
On Friday April 13th, 2012 a post mortem examination was conducted at the Hamilton Health Sciences Centre in Hamilton, Ontario and it has been determined that his cause of death was medical in nature. No foul play is suspected.
The Guelph Police Service would like to thank all of those citizens, volunteers and emergency services personnel who assisted in the search.
2. Reminder - Guelph Police Announce Y.I.P.I (Youth in Policing Incentive)
The Youth in Policing Program was established in 2006 and is funded in part by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services. The goal of the Guelph Police Service Youth in Police Initiative, as directed by the Ministry, is to provide an educational summer working experience for students of Guelph. Police Services are a vital community partner and youth
are crucial to our community’s success. Over the course of eight weeks, the selected students will work with Fleet and Facilities, and participate in educational and community activities relating to policing and community leadership.
This program is open to all students between the ages of 15 and 18 that reside in the city of Guelph. Application forms for the program are posted on the Guelph Police Service website, www.guelphpolice.com. Students can download and complete the form and then mail, drop off or fax it to the Guelph Police Service (the address is included on the application
form).Students can also pick up applications at city high school guidance offices and/or various community centres.
There are several noteworthy aspects of the Youth in Policing Program. The program provides significant insight into policing as a career. Students gain exposure to divisions such as Canine, Communications, Fraud, Traffic, and the Tactical unit. Participants will also experience substantial character development and growth and will learn to value the
importance of community service. Students will also have the opportunity to enhance their goal setting skills. The wide variety of tasks involved in Policing will allow participants to extensively diversify their personal skill sets.
For further details please contact Sgt. Dave Begin at 519-824-1212 ext. #226 or by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.