High cop for Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows is receiving the 2020 Worldwide Affiliation of Girls Police award for mentoring and training.
Ridge Meadows RCMP Supt. Jennifer Hyland is being introduced the honour for her help and help of feminine cops by means of profession coaching and private improvement.
“I used to be so honoured to be taught that the cops I work with each day nominated me for this worldwide recognition,” Hyland stated.
“Once I was contacted by the IAWP final week and informed that I used to be being awarded the mentoring and training award for 2020, it was extremely humbling.
“My management method has all the time been to take the time to concentrate to these round me, guaranteeing that I work to reinforce their expertise and skills, figuring out that I’ll at some point depart the world of policing and that the funding in our individuals will serve the group years after I’m gone.”
One of many deciding elements for the award being given to Hyland was a program she designed and carried out that consisted of an eight-lesson collection specializing in key management expertise and challenges going through feminine officers in a predominately male policing atmosphere.
This system has been profitable in aiding feminine cops with their development in management roles inside the detachment and the drive.
RCMP Commissioner, Brenda Lucki stated she is happy to see Hyland acknowledged for her management and dedication to serving to others succeed.
“Her dedication, compassion and respect are an inspiration, and her work to encourage and empower different girls in policing helps to develop future leaders inside our group and past,” she famous.
Hyland will obtain the award in Indonesia in 2021.