Police patrolling for kindness

Kamloops City

2023-02-09 11:57 PST

A Kamloops RCMP officer dressed in a police uniform, mask, and police ball cap uses a black goalie stick to pass white, green, and pink slurpee vouchers to a student in a green coat, red and black plaid mask, and blue and white Jays toque during a previous Random Acts of Kindness Day.

View larger image: a Kamloops RCMP officer

If you’re walking around the downtown on Feb. 17, be on alert, you might be struck with a random act of kindness.

In support of Random Acts of Kindness Day, Friday Feb. 17, 2023, the Kamloops RCMP Crime Prevention Unit and its volunteers will be foot patrolling the downtown core in search of unsuspecting citizens who incorporate good citizenship into their everyday routines.

In recognition of that kindness and to help spread some positivity, our team will be handing out small gifts to say thank you and to deliver some random kindness of our own, said Corporal Dana Napier, Kamloops RCMP Crime Prevention.

Random Acts of Kindness Day is intended to recognize and support the little things people do that make a difference in the lives of others. Whether you’re at home, school, or work, the Kamloops RCMP Detachment is encouraging residents to take a moment to brighten someone’s day.

For more information on becoming a Kamloops RCMP volunteer, please visit https://www.kamloops.ca/safety-bylaws/crime-prevention/volunteer-opportunities, or contact the North Shore Community Policing Office at 250-376-5099, or email kamloops_crime_prevention@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Released by

Cpl. Crystal Evelyn

Media Relations Office
Kamloops RCMP
560 Battle Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 6N4
Office: 250-828-3193
Fax: 250-828-3034

Email: crystal.evelyn@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

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