UCCM Police welcomes two new special constables

UCCM Special Constables

M’CHIGEENG—The UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service (APS) has welcomed two new special constables to its ranks

“Special Constables (S/C) Jody Corbiere and Matthew Bebonang completed five weeks of training at the Ontario Provincial Police Academy and are ready to undertake their roles in serving the UCCMM communities,” said James Killeen, UCCM Chief of Police.

“Special Constable Corbiere hails from Albany First Nation, with family ties to Aundeck Omni Kaning (AOK), explained Chief of Police Killeen. “Prior to Jody beginning her role as special constable, she has been a guard with UCCM (APS) since 2010 and completed her diploma in Law and Security Administration from Cambrian College.”

“Special Constable Bebonang is from M’Chigeeng First Nation and is no stranger to the UCCM APS team,” said Chief of Police Killeen. “Matt worked as our community mobilization assistant intern and further served as a guard since 2021. Matt completed his post-secondary education in Police Foundations from Sault College.”

“UCCM Police is pleased to have Jody and Matt join our team in new roles,” said Chief of Police Killeen. “Please help me in welcoming special constables Jody Corbiere and Matthew Bebonang to the UCCM Police Service when you see them out in their communities.”