Cornwall Police Service announces new community partnership
The Cornwall Community Police Service is pleased to announce that Louise Mongeon from Victim Services of Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Akwesasne has joined their team. Photo: Left to right, Louise Mongeon, Victim Services Client Support Worker, Diane Plourde, Executive Director of Victim Services of S. D. G. & A. and Deputy Chief Danny Aikman, Cornwall Community Police Service.
Cornwall - Jun. 22, 2011 - The Cornwall Community Police Service is pleased to announce that Louise Mongeon from Victim Services of Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Akwesasne has joined their team. Mongeon joined the Police service on May 2nd, 2011. As a victim services specialist, Louise takes care of the service’s victims of crime, notifies victims of court updates, completes CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) audits and assists victims in obtaining funds to better assist victims. (ie. door locks, etc.)
“Victim Services is thrilled with the partnership and we are looking forward to working more closely with the Cornwall Community Police Service to ensure victims’ needs are met” says Diane Plourde, Executive Director, Victim Services of S.D.G. & A.
“The Cornwall Community Police Service strives to provide information and support to victims of crime when it is most needed. Our new partnership with Victim Services enhances this capability and will be a tremendous asset to our front line police officers. We're thrilled to have entered into a partnership with such a valuable community resource as Victim Services”, states Deputy Chief Danny Aikman.
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