The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police
is proud to present
SERGEANT BRIAN FRANK WILLIAM JONES
of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
EXCELLENCE IN POLICING SERVICES AWARD
Sergeant Jones has demonstrated excellence in his commitment to his community by freely giving of his own time and talents to meet identified needs at work and in the community. He has excelled in community relations in each of his postings with the RCMP, and was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Commemorative Medal in 2002 for outstanding community service.
For four years Sergeant Jones has been one of the “F” Division representatives on the RCMP Charity Ball organizing committee. He selflessly promotes the RCMP and the charities which are chosen to receive the proceeds from this event. Sergeant Jones and his family volunteer much of their free time at the North Central Family Centre in Regina where he acts as a kids’ day supervisor.
Sergeant Jones’ love of children and teaching has led him to volunteer his services at several schools. His dedication to inspiring and recognizing youth led him to develop an award in Wollaston Lake and one in Nipawin for the Student Citizen of the Year. This award recognizes young people who were working to their full potential in academics, leadership and positive citizenship. These awards are so well received, that those communities continued with the awards even after his transfer.
The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police would like to commend Sergeant Jones for his work throughout Saskatchewan by awarding him with the Excellence of Policing Services Award for 2007 in the category of Community Relations.
Chief Dale McFee
President, Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police