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County OPP welcome new officers

New PEC OFF constables Lori Josephson and Kelsey Langstaff

The Prince Edward County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has recently welcomed two new officers to the County.

Provincial Constable Kelsey Langstaff is originally from Burlington and completed a Criminology degree. She previously worked in the fitness industry, managed a restaurant and worked in a group home.

“She enjoys playing hockey and this team atmosphere transfers well into a career in policing. Kelsey is excited to be serving the community in Prince Edward County,” said media relations officer Aaron Miller.

Provincial Constable Lori Josephson is originally from Beaverton and has spent much time travelling the world playing for the Canadian National rugby team.

“She also volunteered her time coaching athletes at the University of Guelph and with the Guelph Redcoats club team. Lori loves spending time with family and is thrilled to be serving the community in beautiful Prince Edward County.”

 

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