Longueuil urban police open their doors to the public

Longueuil urban police open their doors to the public
Longueuil urban police open their doors to the public

The Longueuil Agglomeration Police Service (SPAL) invites the public to visit its officers as part of a very first open day, this Saturday.

From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., police officers from the region will be on site to demystify their work. This event introduces Police Week which begins on Sunday.

More than fifty patrol officers will be waiting for you on Curé-Poirier Boulevard West, in Longueuil.

A mascot will also be there to welcome families. Several installations, including around twenty kiosks, have already been set up for this day. Demonstrations and competitions are on the program.

“We invite citizens to come and get closer to us and experience our daily lives,” declared Annabel Huot, public relations officer for SPAL. “Normally, we go to citizens [maintenant] it’s the opposite,” she adds.

It will even be possible to visit the vehicles and try out the equipment, such as bulletproof jackets.


“We hope to see you there, young and old,” said a police officer in a video published on Facebook by the SPAL. Police technology students are also welcome. An exclusive recruitment kiosk will also be set up.

The event is free and open to all.

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