Indo-Canadian joins Vancouver Police, to work with father

Toronto, Sep 18 (IANS) An Indo-Canadian man sworn-in as the newest member of the Vancouver police department will now work with his father, a media report said.

Jarrod Sidhu is one of the 13 new recruits who joined the department on Thursday and is posted under his father, Tej Sidhu, who is a sergeant with the Vancouver police department, Voice Online reported.

Jarrod was selected to participate in the Delta Student Police Academy when he was in high school.

It was that stint of service that marked the beginning of his desire to pursue policing as a career.

Jarrod has an Associate Of Arts degree in criminology from the Kwantlen Polytechnic University. He has managed a large restaurant while working in the service industry.

He has also done service as a volunteer with the Delta police department.

In 2013, Jarrod was hired as an auxiliary community safety officer and jail guard with the Vancouver police department.

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