Victim Services Dog - Mulder
On Sunday, May 29, 2016 Victim Services dog Mulder, was one of 16 dogs to graduate from the Dogs With Wings program in Edmonton, AB. Upon graduation, Mulder and his handler Victim Services Coordinator Bobbi Jo Bradley returned home to Medicine Hat, to begin his work with the Medicine Hat Police Service Victim Services Section.
Mulder is the sixth dog of his kind in Alberta trained to work with victim services. From the time Mulder was several days old his
trainers started introducing him to sounds and textures. His proper training started daily at 8 weeks of age. He will be used to comfort victims by offering short-term animal therapy to reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety, and other emotions that can come from high-stress situations.
Victim Services dogs like Mulder are especially a great comfort to children. Mulder’s training and certification
allows him to function unobtrusively in public places, to ignore distractions, and to be attuned to people’s emotions.
As a working dog Mulder will wear a MHPS service vest while on duty and will be eased into operations during the summer months.
The Medicine Hat Police Service has been proudly serving the community
of Medicine Hat since 1899. We believe that great communities start by
being safe communities, and that safe communities need a professional
police service that is committed to serving and protecting. Our
officers take great pride in providing professional and progressive
service. They care about this community and are proud to be part of the
community. We are currently accepting
applications from experienced police officers to fill the position of police
Constable, commencing on November 1, 2016.
Applications will be accepted starting immediately until noon on Friday,
July 1, 2016. Those interested are encouraged to forward any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for more information on the minimum requirements
and applications process.
Walking the Beat with the MHPS: Fraud Prevention Month
March is Fraud Prevention Month and throughout the month members of the MHPS Community Safety Unit have been sharing information about the impact of fraud and sharing simple tips on how individuals can protect themselves.
information about frauds and scams visit the Canadian Anti Fraud Centre at http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/index-eng.htm.
Video courtesy of Medicine Hat Shaw TV
Walking the Beat with the MHPS: CyberbullyingSchool Resource Officers in Medicine Hat have seen a significant
increase in bullying with the introduction of technology to students,
but school administrators have taken a pro-active approach to try and
curb the disturbing trend.
Video Courtesy of Shaw TV Medicine Hat