Nothing wrong with the law

Rose Willigar
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PARRSBORO: It appears Parrsboro residents are pleased with RCMP service within the town after no concerned citizens came forward at a public meeting over law enforcement on March 25 in Parrsboro.
"It would have been nice to see people come out for the meeting, one would have to make the assumption that people are pleased with policing within the community," Staff Sgt. Frank Kingston with the Amherst RCMP Detachment said.
There were four meetings scheduled including the Parrsboro meeting. Additional scheduled meetings were; Oxford on March 26; Pugwash on March 27 and a meeting is scheduled for River Hebert on April 2.
The purpose of the meetings was to discuss RCMP service delivery in the communities in which they serve informing the public about what thy are doing and ask for input on anything else the RCMP may be able to do or improve upon within the communities they serve.
Those in attendance at the public meeting in addition to Kingston included; Sgt. Gordon Stewart from the Amherst RCMP Detachment, Cons. Paul Calder Amherst RCMP Detachment, and members of Parrsboro's Police Advisory Committee; Bob Foley, Anne Trottier (secretary) and Colin Curleigh (Chairperson). Pam Hoar is the Vice-Chair of the Advisory committee but was not in attendance at the March 25 meeting.
Kingston also said these public meetings are held once a year in each community.

Organizations: RCMP, Advisory committee

Geographic location: PARRSBORO, Kingston, Oxford River Hebert

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