Chief Constable Jim Chu walking in the Pride Parade with his fellow officers.

Chief Constable Jim Chu walking in the Pride Parade with his fellow officers.

The VPD Pipe Band marching in Vancouver's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.

The VPD Pipe Band marching in Vancouver's annual St.

Every Spring, in Coast Salish tradition, the Vancouver Police Department "wakes up" the VPD canoe in preparation for the Pulling Together Canoe Journey during the summer.    The canoe is named NCH'7MUT, pronounced "In-CHOTE-Mote," which means "One Heart, One Mind."

Every Spring, in Coast Salish tradition, the Vancouver Police Department "wakes up" the VPD canoe in preparation for the Pulling Together Canoe Journey during the summer. The canoe is named pronounced "In-CHOTE-Mote," which means "One Heart, One Mind.

The VPD Student Challenge takes place every Spring Break. Vancouver students in Grades 11 and 12 take part in an eight-day youth police academy.

The VPD Student Challenge takes place every Spring Break. Vancouver students in Grades 11 and 12 take part in an eight-day youth police academy.

The VPD Police Athletic League Basketball Team took on the Musqueam Basketball Team during their annual summer camp.

The VPD Police Athletic League Basketball Team took on the Musqueam Basketball Team during their annual summer camp.

Vancouver Police officers taking part in the Vaisakhi parade.

Vancouver Police officers taking part in the Vaisakhi parade.

The VPD 2120 Cambie Street Public Service Counter staff showing their support of Pink Shirt Day.

The VPD 2120 Cambie Street Public Service Counter staff showing their support of Pink Shirt Day.

Vancouver Police officers have been participating in the annual Vaisakhi celebration for over 30 years.    Every year, officers walk in the Vaisakhi parade, as members of the South Asian community and others from all over B.C. come together to celebrate the founding of the Sikh religion.

For over 30 years, the VPD has participated in the annual Vaisakhi celebration where South Asians and others from all over BC come together to celebrate the .


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