The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police
is proud to present
CONSTABLE TIMOTHY SCHWARTZ
of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
EXCELLENCE IN POLICING SERVICES AWARD
Constable Timothy Schwartz has demonstrated excellence in his policing duties through the implementation of a variety of community programs throughout his five years as a constable in the Fort Qu’Appelle and Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation areas. In these five years, Constable Schwartz developed and implemented an Alternative Measures Program for intoxicated individuals, a School Resource Program which developed into a Community Resource Program, a Business Watch Program, a skills based youth program called Spirit Builders and a youth cultural camp.
Not only did Constable Schwartz initiate these programs, he participated in the implementation and continued success of them. He also provided support and training for the First Nations Police Management Board in the Standing Buffalo Dakota and Pasqua First Nations area. He offered training in board roles and responsibilities as well as lead discussions regarding community policing problems and concerns, thereby identifying the need for activities for their youth.
The work and dedication of Constable Schwartz has been recognized by peers, supervisors and the community alike. The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police would like to commend Constable Schwartz for his work within the community of Fort Qu’Appelle and Standing Buffalo and Pasqua First Nations by awarding him with the Excellence in Policing Services Award for 2005 in the category of Community Policing.
President, Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police