CPS and DQ Cornwall launch Project PYPER

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CPS and DQ Cornwall launch Project PYPER

CORNWALL, Ontario – The Cornwall Police Service (CPS) and Dairy Queen of Cornwall have teamed up to launch a new program aimed towards benefiting youth in our community. Project: PYPER (Police Youth Positive Experience Rewards) will be ongoing throughout the summer, where members of the CPS will be on patrol, looking out for incredible kids who are committing certain “offences.”

The CPS is on the lookout for kids who are:

·         Wearing their bicycle helmet

·         Riding their bicycle safely

·         Caught doing a good deed

·         Caught engaged in fair play

·         Caught being kind/sharing

·         Caught being good to family members

·         Volunteering

“This is an initiative that gives CPS members an opportunity to engage with the youth in our community in a positive way, while allowing us to positively impact them. That is the primary objective of this project,” said Acting Sergeant Jamie Day.

When caught doing any of the actions above, the child will be issued a CPS Official Citation, permitting them to redeem a free Dairy Queen treat in Cornwall.

What will your child be “caught” doing?

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