Blood Tribe police don pink to get out anti-bullying message
Bullying can happen anywhere — in schools, in the workplace, and in every community. No person is immune from the effects of bullying, not even a police officer.
That’s why, on Pink Shirt Day, the Blood Tribe Police Service (BTPS) took extra measures to bring awareness to the issue.
Twelve duty police officers, as well as patrol members and staff, all ditched the blue for a day and wore pink shirts with their uniforms.
The officers conducted two anti-bullying awareness traffic stops on Highway 2 near the entrance to Standoff.