If so, tell them about the Security • Police • Fire Career Expo. This annual event brings together a fantastic group of motivated mentors with countless hours of experience in their fields. It's a great opportunity for the aspiring to get real-world advice and make real-world connections that can help launch their career.
Here's just a small sample of mentors they could meet:
Peel Regional Police Chief Nishan Duraiappah
Chief Nishan Duraiappah, born in Sri Lanka before immigrating to Canada, began his career with the Halton Police in December 1995. Chief Duraiappah has served as the Operations Commander for Milton and Halton Hills, the Commander of the Office of Continuous Improvement and Strategic Management (OCISM) and Chief’s Executive Officer. He was promoted to Deputy Chief in the fall of 2015. In October of 2019, Chief Duraiappah was appointed Chief of Peel Regional Police.
Barrie Police Insp. Peter Dewsnap
Insp. Peter Dewsnap commenced his career in policing in 1994 with the Barrie Police Service. He was promoted to sergeant in 2007 and then to staff sergeant in 2011 where he worked in Operational Services, Community Services Unit, Communications, and Investigative Services. He was promoted to inspector in 2016. As an inspector, he has worked in Corporate/Executive Services and his current assignment in Investigative Services.
Register now with the code POLEXPO and save $10 off the full price. Lunch and coffee breaks are included.
See the photo gallery and video from last year's expo HERE.