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St. Benedict Welcomes New Community Liason Officer from GSPS

In photo: Stefany Mussen and Marina Leblanc walking the halls.

April 19, 2018 - There is a new uniformed police officer who will be visiting English high schools in the city.

Stefany Mussen began her duties this week and today she received a tour of St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School, one of the schools on her roster.

She introduced herself to a number of students in the building in an effort to ensure they know who she is and approach her about issues or questions they have on future visits.

Mussen replaces Constable Hally Willmott who serviced a number of high schools for a number of years.



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