Constable Jim Lambe from 12 Division won the Public Heroes Award for his efforts in the community.
Laura Albanese told Queen’s Park
Constable Lambe is a tireless community leader. His participation in the community at countless events throughout the years demonstrates his dedication to the residents of York South–Weston. He is a mentor to people of all ages, especially youth and newcomers. His drive and determination is admirable to all.
The award is given to police, firefighters, and paramedics who demonstrate altruism, dedication, and community involvement.
Constable Lambe has been on the force for more than 40 years, and works as the Community Relations and Crime Prevention Officer. The awards ceremony will be April 14.