INTRODUCING HURON COUNTY OPP NEW RECRUITS
4/10/2018 10:39:33 AM

             
Huron County OPP is pleased to introduce four new recruits that have been recently posted to serve in the area.
       
After an introductory tour and training day at the OPP West Region Headquarters (RHQ) on February 8th, Huron's recruits will now have regular patrols with their assigned coach officers.
        
The new members (as with all new recruits) completed a week-long orientation at the Provincial Police Academy located in Orillia.
        
Following orientation, the recruits reported to the Ontario Police College (OPC) in Aylmer for an additional 12 weeks of fundamental police training.
         
After completing that training the recruits returned to the Provincial Police Academy for an additional eight weeks of enhanced fitness, firearms, classroom training and realistic practical simulations.
      
Congratulations and welcome to the community Provincial Constables Ali Chouman, Mike Dirkson, Scott Mosey and Mark Kirkconnell.
       
Provincial Constable Ali CHOUMAN comes to Huron County from Windsor where he previously worked as a security shift supervisor. In addition to his work experience, Ali was a serving member of the Essex County OPP Auxiliary Program prior to becoming a regular member.
         
Provincial Constable Mike DIRKSON has joined the OPP after serving several years as a peace officer with the Alberta Sheriffs Branch. Mike has also served as a volunteer firefighter.
         
Provincial Constable Scott MOSEY also comes to Huron County from Essex County. A graduate of the University of Western Ontario, Scott was previously working in the field of heavy construction as a CCTV camera operator.
          
Provincial Constable Mark KIRKCONNELL is born and raised in Huron County and is extremely thrilled to be starting his policing career right here in Huron County. Mark has several years of experience working as a licensed carpenter. In addition, Mark served as an Auxiliary OPP officer with the Huron County Detachment and as a volunteer with Victim Services of Huron County.
        
   
      

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