About 35 People Attend Olds Citizens On Patrol Meeting

There was more than enough interest to make Citizens On Patrol happen in the Town of Olds following the informational meeting held at the fire hall. Olds resident Vince Clarke has been spearheading the reboot of Citizens on Patrol, he says there were about 35 people in attendance. He says the general consensus was that residents were interested but a little hesitant, however they had their questions answered by RCMP officers during the meeting.

Citizens on Patrol in the Town of Olds is about getting a good group together who want to create change and want to help the community.
 
That is according to Olds resident Vince Clarke who has been spearheading the reboot of C.O.P.
 
The informational meeting held on Wednesday, November 8th at the fire hall was a chance for residents to ask RCMP officers questions about Citizens On Patrol.
 
Clarke says Citizens On Patrol is getting a facelift 
 

He says with enough applicants, the time commitment for Citizens on Patrol can be an absolute minimum.
 
 
Clarke adds volunteers will have to be trained.
 
 
He adds the Citizens On Patrol board election process and training information will be scheduled for the next meeting. The date of that meeting will be announced 2 weeks before it happens.

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