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100 years of policing in Terrace, B.C.

Anika juergensen, 11, calls in police codes during the 100 years of policing celebration at the Terrace RCMP detatchment on June 27. Terracites of all ages came out to attend this free BBQ, and were able to check out police cars, boats, and forensic tests. The emergency response team’s guns were also out on display. - Amara Janssens
Anika juergensen, 11, calls in police codes during the 100 years of policing celebration at the Terrace RCMP detatchment on June 27. Terracites of all ages came out to attend this free BBQ, and were able to check out police cars, boats, and forensic tests. The emergency response team’s guns were also out on display.
— image credit: Amara Janssens
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