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Grey Highlands gets new community/school safety police officer

The new constable worked for Ontario Parks as a warden before he became a police officer
GREY HIGHLANDS-SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY EGAGEMENT AND SAFETY OFFICER-PC WILSON
Provincial Constable Nicholas Wilson. Photo provided by the Ontario Provincial Police.

NEWS RELEASE
ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE
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In September of 2020, the Grey Bruce Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police welcomed a new School, Community Engagement and Safety Officer to the Municipality of Grey Highlands, Grey County.

Provincial Constable Nicholas Wilson is originally from Huron County, Ontario. Nick completed his undergraduate degree with honors in Justice Studies from the University of Guelph-Humber. Nick also graduated from Police Foundations at Humber College. Nick volunteered as an OPP Auxiliary Officer for three years, winning the James Keirstead Award in 2017, for dedicating over 2,000 hours of volunteer service.

After he finished his studies, Nick worked for Ontario Parks as a Provincial Park Warden before transitioning to a police officer in 2017. Nick has performed general law enforcement duties with the Grey Bruce OPP, before accepting this new role. 

Nick enjoys hiking and exploring Grey Bruce and is very excited to have the opportunity to work with all of the staff, students and their families at the schools and in the community of Grey Highlands.

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