The Chatham-Kent Police Service Honour Guard was formed in 2004. The Honour Guard consists of 12 members. The Honour Guard was formed with the vision of enhancing the relationship with the community of Chatham-Kent and Police Service. Thus creating community pride, professionalism and overall morale of the Service.
The Honour Guard officially represents the Chatham-Kent Police Service at ceremonial events, carrying the Federal, Provincial and Service flags, escorted with ceremonial guards who bare rifles. The Honour Guard attends various formal functions where it is deemed appropriate by the Office of the Chief of Police. Some of these functions which the unit are called upon to attend are the Police Memorials, both Federal and Provincial, as well as funerals, swearing-in ceremonies, conferences, graduations, civic parades and special events.
The Honour Guard represents the Chatham-Kent Police Service core values by being professional in our duties and respectful to each other and the persons we protect and serve.
If you would like the Chatham-Kent Police Service Honour Guard to attend your event or if you have any further questions, please contact Constable Andrew Jaconelli at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-436-6600 extension #87192.