Thank you for welcoming us

RCMP Corporal Kevin Christensen and his family are moving on after four years in the West Boundary.

I’m sad to say that this will be my last week in Midway as I have been transferred to another detachment.

When I first arrived here in 2010 there were lots of issues with crime in the community. In cooperation with the regional district manager and mayors and council from Midway and Greenwood, we held town hall meetings to address these issues. Over the next four years, the police— with the help from the public—were able to cut crime by almost 50 per cent. I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you to the RCMP members and the public for this great success.

On a personal note, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for welcoming my family and I into your community. This community will always have a special place in our heart. Cpl. Mayes will be replacing me and he is excited to be here. Good-bye.

Cpl. K.(Kevin) Christensen,

Boundary Regional RCMP

Midway Detachment

 

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