Six Nations gets two new police officers

Six Nations Police newest recruits Jacob Mair and Michael Johnson were presented with their badges by Police Chief glenn Lickers. (Photos by Chris Pimentel)

By: Chris Pimentel Writer It was a dream come true for the two newest members of the Six Nations Police force and their families. “It’s an honour to get my badge. I’m looking forward to the future and it’s something that I have always dreamed of,” said Jacob Mair, one of two newest members of the Six Nations Police. Last Wednesday, surrounded by family, friends and members of Six Nations Police, Mair and Michael Johnson received their badges from Six Nations Police Chief Glenn Lickers. “This means a lot to me, I’m coming back to the community to help them the best I can. It’s been my dream to become a Six Nations Police officer,” said Johnson. “I’m very proud of him, very, very proud,” said Phillip Johnson, Michaels Father….

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