OPP Provincial Constables Sandra Mouland and Darryl Clark of the Kenora Detachment join 10-5 The Official Podcast of the OPP Association to discuss their role working as veteran “accommodated” police officers (Sandra is diagnosed with Lupus and Darryl is diagnosed with PTSD) in the Kenora OPP’s General Patrol Support Unit (GPSU).

The police officers support the frontline OPP officers in Kenora and area doing much needed valuable work obtaining, analyzing and investigating video evidence in partnerships with a number of community agencies and citizens to prevent and solve crime.  One of the programs that they are involved with is CAMSafe, which is a CCTV and security video registry aimed at keeping communities safe and assisting police solve crime, equivalent to “Neighbourhood Watch 2.0”.

The OPP Association is the sole bargaining agent for the close to 10,000 members of the Ontario Provincial Police in Canada. Our members are our focus and our strength. We aim to provide important information to our members and the public about matters that affect policing in the province of Ontario.