Barrie Police Chief Kimberley Greenwood welcomed two new sergeants to the fold this week.
Sgt. Terry Cuff has served as a police officer for 19 years, beginning with the Whitby OPP in 1997. He joined Barrie’s municipal service in 2000. He works as a forensic identification officer and teaches Georgian College students the rules of evidence.
Sgt. Kevin Scales has been in Barrie for more than 15 years and has worked in uniform patrol, downtown, sexual assault, street crime and guns and gangs units. Scales came up with the idea for the PAVIS ball hockey game, which hosts ‘at risk’ youth aged 10 to 13 with the intent of creating relationships and opening new lines of communication with the youth.