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Cranbrook RCMP graduate new auxiliary constables

Pictured are the Cranbrook RCMP
Pictured are the Cranbrook RCMP's new Auxiliary Constables are A/Cst. Jeff Young, A/Cst. Travis Markin, A/Cst. Chad Dueck, A/Cst. Aaron Nicholls and A/Cst. Rowdy Cook. Also pictured are Cst. Rick Drought (left) and Cranbrook Mayor Wayne Stetski.
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Ceremonies were held on Friday, July 4, at Kennedy Hall in Cranbrook for the latest graduates of the Cranbrook RCMP Auxiliary Constables program. The five men passed the Auxiliary Constable entrance interview some six months ago, and have undergone intensive training since then, mastering the skills of effective presentation, physical training, drill marching, directing traffic and self-defence. The new Auxiliary Constables are A/Cst. Jeff Young, A/Cst. Travis Markin, A/Cst. Chad Dueck, A/Cst. Aaron Nicholls and A/Cst. Rowdy Cook. Also pictured are Cst. Rick Drought (left) and Cranbrook Mayor Wayne Stetski.

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