Although I grew up in St. Thomas, I frequently visited Chatham-Kent. My grandparents lived in Wallaceburg and together we would make regular trips to Rondeau to participate in outdoor activities such as windsurfing, camping and biking trails. This is how Chatham-Kent quickly became my home away from home.
I moved to Chatham-Kent in 2016 and began working for the Pet and Wildlife Rescue as an Animal Control Officer. In my 2.5 years of working there, I learned the importance of community partnership, giving back and having respect for everyone.
On my days off, I can be found working on projects in my backyard, going for walks, runs and playing with my dog Jersey. I also continue to volunteer at the Pet and Wildlife Rescue as well as Forward City Church.
Often times it can be difficult for people to see past the uniform, but we are just like you. We have families, hobbies and enjoyments in life. If you see me working, please don’t hesitate to wave or come say Hi.
I’m proud to call Chatham-Kent my home and be part of the Chatham-Kent Police Service.