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Gherasim sworn in as Corman Park Police Chief

Corman Park Police Chief Warren Gherasim takes the oath of office under the watchful gaze of Corman Park Police Commission Chair Jim Christie and Corman Park Reeve Judy Harwood on January 11

There’s a changing of the guard at the Corman Park Police Service (CPPS).

Sergeant Warren Gherasim, a former Staff Sergeant with the Warman RCMP detachment and a four-year veteran of the CPPS, officially took over as Chief of Police of the eight-member police force on Friday, January 11. Continue reading “Gherasim sworn in as Corman Park Police Chief”

Police officer hangs up holster after 45 years on job

Corman Park Police Service Sergeant Brian Fehr

He’s come face to face with the Queen of England and a charging elephant (although not at the same time).

Of the two, the charging elephant is a lot more intimidating.

“Definitely,” said Corman Park Police Service (CPPS) Sergeant Brian Fehr with a grin. “Those animals are a lot bigger and a lot meaner in real life than they are on TV.

“The Queen, on the other hand, is actually a really nice person. She didn’t scare me much.” Continue reading “Police officer hangs up holster after 45 years on job”