Chief Kimberley Greenwood
Chief Kimberley Greenwood has dedicated her career in policing to helping others, and her retirement celebration is no different.
All proceeds from the Retirement Gala will go to support the Child and Youth Advocacy Centre Simcoe/Muskoka. The Child and Youth Advocacy Centre model is an internationally-recognized model of excellence in investigating allegations of child or youth abuse, and in reducing trauma for those who have been abused. The well-being of children and youth in our communities is a collective responsibility. As such, ensuring a safe, neutral space and specially-trained support personnel are available to children and youth who have been abused is an important priority.
Your ticket purchase helps to ensure the CYAC can continue its vital support of children and youth in our community.
As a guest at the Gala, you will enjoy hors d’oeuvres during the cash bar cocktail hour, a delicious meal, with wine selection, as well as dessert with coffee and tea, before hitting the dance floor with a live band.
Tickets can be purchased through the CYAC Canada Helps.org link below for $175 pp. The Gala will be held at Liberty North in Barrie.
Sworn members of the Barrie Police Service will be in Number 1 uniforms. Sworn members of other services are welcome to wear Number 1s or formal attire.
Ticket sales will close on Thursday, December 1, 2022 in order to allow our venue to properly prepare. We thank everyone who has supported the Chief’s Retirement Gala.
If you would like to be seated with another guest(s) of the Gala, please indicate your name and their name(s) below. Please note, each table will welcome 8 guests.
A block of rooms has been set aside at a reduced rate at a nearby hotel for anyone who wishes to stay overnight.
Rooms are available at the Four Points by Sheraton Barrie, located at 60 Bryne Drive, a short distance from the Gala venue. Our discounted rate for a Double Queen/King room is available though the link below for $99/night +tax.
Please click on the link below to visit the Four Points by Sheraton Barrie – Chief’s Gala website and book a room.
Do you have photos or stories to share of Chief Greenwood from her 40+ years in policing? We are compiling photos and stories for the Gala, and would love to hear from those who knew her throughout her career!
If you have photos, please click the link below and sign-in to your Google account to upload via Google Drive.
If you would like to share a story, please use the form below.
If you aren’t able to attend the Gala, please feel free to share a message for the Chief below as well!
You can also reach out to [email protected].
The Child & Youth Advocacy Centre Simcoe/Muskoka (CYAC) is a child & youth-friendly space where police, child protection, medical, mental health, court and victim support professionals work together to provide focused services to young people aged 3 to 24 years who have been victimized by physical, sexual and emotional abuse and/or domestic violence.
Our Centres offer a safe and neutral place for young people to tell their story, when they are ready. We honour their bravery by fostering a hopeful and healing-centered, evidence based and unbiased approach to conducting forensic interviews, medical evaluations and access to trauma-informed counselling services. We also provide canine assisted therapeutic interventions with our accredited facility dogs Moose & Beacon.
Imparting hope to children, youth and families impacted by abuse and violence is important, transformative work and our AMAZING multidisciplinary team is willing to take the lead in helping to restore justice, safety, hope and healing for impacted young people and their caregivers in Simcoe County and Muskoka, but we need your help.
Thank you for joining us this evening to honour Chief Kimberley Greenwood’s career, and the significant impact she has had on helping young people in our community.
Thank you to Telus for their generous sponsorship of the Chief’s Gala.