PROACTION TEAMS UP FOR BEST EVER POLICE GAMES ProAction Cops & Kids and the Toronto Police Amateur Athletic Association (TPAAA) joined forces on Saturday, June 14th to make the 131st Annual Toronto Police Games the best games yet! This year youth teams, coached and trained by police officers in a variety of
LAUNCH OF THE PROACTION NIAGARA CHAPTER ProAction Cops & Kids' newest chapter has officially launched in Niagara Region! We are so excited about this milestone and look forward to many years of partnership with the Niagara Region Police Service helping to bridge the gap between cops and kids! News forum niagarathisweek.com did a story
PROACTION SUCCESS STORY - GIRLS FIT CLUB PC Mary MacNaughton and other officers from 51 Division ran a girls fitness group, Girls Fit Club where they mentored girls about proper nutrition and benefits of a healthy lifestyle. They engaged in weekly sports related activities such as basketball, boxing, yoga, Zumba and volleyball.
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PROACTION SUCCESS STORY - SWANSEA BASKETBALL PROGRAM PC Joe Mullally and other officers from 11 Division ran a co-ed basketball program out of the Swansea Community Center every Saturday for 9 months where youth learned basketball skills through drills and pickup games. The youth even participated in the Police Games at Downsview
A. Y. JACKSON SOCCER CLUB PC Iulian Done and other officers from 33 Division run another weekly soccer club where they teach 30 youth soccer drills and participate in games. The officers and youth also participated in the Police Games this past June where they were able to compete with other teams.
JUNIOR BLUES HOCKEY PROGRAM PC Derek Ma and other officers from 32 Division’s Community Response Unit embarked on another season of the Junior Blues Hockey Program. Over the course of the winter months, students were taught the basic hockey fundamentals. Eventually, the standing led to students taking small strides on the ice,