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School Programs

D.A.R.E. Program

Delivered to grade 5 students in the Kennebecasis Valley, D.A.R.E teaches students about the health effects of tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana. It also teaches them about peer pressure, good decision making, bad friends and good friends, ways to get out or stay out of risky situations, and how to avoid violence.

Internet Safety Education

Our officers delivers several presentations to schools, community groups, and public forums. There is a high demand for education in our area regarding this subject.

W.I.T.S Program

The WITS® group of programs brings together schools, families and community members to help elementary school children learn effective strategies on how to deal with bullying and peer victimization.

Youth Advisory Committee

The Kennebecasis Regional Police Force Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) consists of youth ages 14-18 who want to help their police force shape the Police Force’s Youth Strategy for the Kennebecasis Valley. Individuals who participate on the YAC have the opportunity to interact with senior leaders in the community including the executive of the police force, police board members, and other community leaders with a shared purpose. You will have opportunities to develop skills in leadership, communication, teamwork, professionalism, and make a difference through volunteerism in your community. Interested youth must be willing to share ideas and speak on youth trends and problems in the community.

Youth Advisory Committee Application

For more information on any of these programs, please contact Eugene Belliveau by phone (506) 849-5791 or by email at eugene.belliveau@nbpolice.ca