Surrey City Council approved the appointment of 6 new By-law Officers during a Special Council Meeting on Thursday, Sept. 15. (Photo - City of Surrey/Twitter)
Surrey City Council approved the appointment of 6 new By-law Officers during a Special Council Meeting on Thursday, Sept. 15.
"I am happy to see 6 By-law Officers appointed in Surrey, including four designated as Community Patrol Officers," said Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum. "It is crucial that we have officers of all kinds patrolling our streets to help keep Surrey a safe, vibrant City as we continue to grow. By-law Officers play an important role in supporting the community’s well-being and livability."
Of the 6 individuals appointed on Sept. 15, 4 are designated as Community Patrol Officers and 2 as By-Law Enforcement Officers.
The City of Surrey employs 65 By-law Officers, and their roles range from Community Patrol Officer, By-law Services Officer, By-law Enforcement Officer and Animal Services Officer.
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