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Sudbury police add three new officers

The Greater Sudbury Police Service has officially swore in police constables Philippe Benard-Barry, Paul Jeanna Sarazin and Ryan Smith. (Greater Sudbury Police Service/Facebook) The Greater Sudbury Police Service has officially swore in police constables Philippe Benard-Barry, Paul Jeanna Sarazin and Ryan Smith. (Greater Sudbury Police Service/Facebook)
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The Greater Sudbury Police Service (GSPS) recently added three new constables to its ranks.

Constables Philippe Benard-Barry, Paul Jeanna Sarazin and Ryan Smith have now joined the force.

“We are pleased to announce that three new police constables have been officially sworn in,” police officials said on social media on Saturday.

“Welcome to GSPS.”

GSPS is still actively recruiting new officers.

“There's never been a better time to join GSPS as a police constable,” reads the post.

For more information on GSPS recruitment efforts and current job posting, visit the police service’s website.

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