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On this date, we remember...
49 years ago today...
Constable Leonard G. Slater serving with the North Bay Police
On December 1, 1973 at approximately 2227 hours Constable Slater responded to a call for assistance from a fellow officer who had been shot. On arriving at the scene, a parking lot, Constable Slater got out of his cruiser, moved to the edge of the street and was shot in the back of the head by a gunman who was hiding among the parked cars.
71 years ago today...
County Constable Mont Alexander Wood serving with the Lennox And Addington Police
In the early morning hours of December 1, 1951, Constable Mont Wood had stopped to assist a stranded trucker north of the village of Northbrook on Highway 41. While waiting for a tow truck to arrive, he saw headlights approaching through the heavy fog. Constable Wood stepped out from behind his car with the intention to close the vehicles door, when he was struck by the approaching car. Constable Wood was hurled some 20 feet through the air and landed on the ground seriously injured.
During this month, we remember...
The Memorial Pin
The Memorial Pin is the official pin of the New Ontario Police Memorial.