Nanaimo RCMP receive artwork from thankful teenager

Kianna Brown met with police dog handler Cpl. Dan Muir and Luca. // PHOTO FROM NANAIMO RCMP
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Kianna Brown and her mother visited the local detachment and presented the members with a poster made by Kianna, which reflects her appreciation for police officers.

"Kianna's beautiful poster touched our hearts and is now proudly displayed in the detachment for the officers and staff alike to to see and enjoy," said Const. Gary O'Brien.

Nanaimo RCMP have been presented with artwork by a 14-year-old girl, expressing her admiration for the police. Kianna Brown and her mother visited the local detachment and presented the members with a poster made by Kianna, which reflects her appreciation for police officers.

She said she has always admired police officers and recognizes how difficult their job can be. She wanted to present the poster to show the officers that she and others respect and are thankful for the work they do.

“Kianna’s beautiful poster touched our hearts and is now proudly displayed in the detachment for the officers and staff alike to to see and enjoy,” said Const. Gary O’Brien.

Kianna added she respects the work ethic and dedication to duty shown by RCMP police service dogs and their handlers. While visiting the detachment, she had an opportunity to meet with Corporal Dan Muir, police service dog handler and police service dog Luca.

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