Montreal - November 4, 2020
On November 4, Inspector Martine Dubuc of the police station (PDQ) 21 and Inspector Cédric Couture, deputy to the head of the Gendarmerie Sud department and in the presence of the deputy director of the SPVM, Marc Charbonneau, awarded a mention of recognition to the partners of the multidisciplinary community concertation team (E=MC2).
This innovative project brought together police officers, social workers, specialized educators and social mediators at Place Émilie-Gamelin during the summer of 2020. Martin Petrarca and Ms. Janik Fortin from the Société de développement social, Elaine Polflit and Cinthia Prince from the CIUSSS du Center-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal as well as Jérémy Lachance from Urgences-Santé and Jean Touchette from Info-Crime Montréal received this mention which aimed to recognize their commitment within E=MC2 and their contribution to vulnerable customers in the sector. In addition, inspectors Dubuc and Couture took the opportunity to award a quality mark to the agents who participated in the E=MC² project.
The team was made up of agents Mathieu Farley, Guiseppe Dignazio, Marie-Pierre Gobeil and Vanessa Lepage, socio-community agents of the PDQ21 supported by Claire-Maureen Parkinson, consultation agent within the Prevention and Urban Safety Division (DPSU). Congratulations to all the stakeholders for your commitment to this innovative SPVM project. (Photos Véronique Lussier- SPVM)