A member of
the KRPF Cadet program of Kuujjuaq since 2009, Pamela distinguished herself
when she graduated from the Police Technique Program of the Ellis College and
finished with the best grade of her class. Three days later, she was beginning
the Québec police academy program, a 15-week training program which started in
For the ENPQ
graduation, Chief of the KRPF Michel Martin and a representative from the Human
Resources Department of the Kativik Regional Government (KRG) attended the ceremony
with the new graduate. Mrs. Stevenson also led her group during the graduation,
giving the commands as the sergeant.
later, she was sworn in as police officer of the KRPF, in a ceremony attended
by KRG executives and her family.
“It’s a very
unique moment, we’re always trying to recruit people from Nunavik and it’s very
difficult”, explained Chief Martin during the event. “Pamela did a lot of
sacrifices. She had a wish in life, serving and protecting the Northern
community and I’m very proud of her and she is going to be an inspiration for Nunavimmiut.
I hope that others will follow her track and join the Kativik Regional Police
celebrations will be short-lived: “Now, you can take until 4 o’clock, then you
start working tonight, right?” said Chief Martin.
Pamela Stevenson with the KRG Chairperson Jennifer Munick and Chief Martin