Local police force adds new recruits

Constable Miranda Lantz, one of two new recruits, along with Cadet-in-Training Julie Wyville, who have joined the Owen Sound Police Service. May 7th, 2021 (Provided by Inspector Dave Bishop, Owen Sound Police Service)

The Owen Sound Police Service has added two new recruits.

In a release on May 7th, the Owen Sound Police Service says the two new recruits, Constable Miranda Lantz and Cadet-in-Training Julie Wyville will be supporting the force’s community safety efforts. Lantz, a Bruce County resident, received her badge in a swearing-in ceremony with Chief Craig Ambrose on May 7th after successfully completing her Basic Constable Training at the Ontario Police College. Wyville, a Grey County resident, will begin her Basic Constable training next week at the Ontario Police College and will return to Owen Sound in July.

In the release, Owen Sound Police Service states the two recruits are excited to begin their work serving the Owen Sound and surrounding community.