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Take a selfie. Plan. Prepare. Be Aware.
Justice and Public Safety minister and premier takes a selfie to promote Emergency Preparedness Week
Premier and Minister of Justice and Public Safety minister, Hon. Wade MacLauchlan takes a selfie with a 72 hour emergency kit to promote Emergency Preparedness Week.

Emergency Preparedness Week is May 1 to 7. Islanders are asked to prepare an emergency plan and 72 hour emergency preparedness kit and share a photo via social media using @peipublicsafety and #peiselfie

New Chief Judge Orr takes the reins of provincial court
From left, Premier and Minister of Justice and Public Safety and Attorney General Wade MacLauchlan, Chief Justice Jacqueline Matheson, Chief Judge Nancy Orr, Lieutenant Governor Frank Lewis, and Chief Justice David Jenkins

The Provincial Court of Prince Edward Island has a new chief judge for the first time in 15 years. Judge Nancy Orr took the oath this morning beneath the Christmas decorations of Government House, becoming the first female provincial court chief judge in Island history.

Crime Stoppers plays key role in keeping Islanders safe
Premier and Minister of Justice and Public Safety Wade MacLauchlan wraps up January’s Crime Stoppers Month by signing a proclamation with Norbert Stewart (L), Phil Pitts and Don Reid of PEI Crime Stoppers, and Chief Superintendent Joanne Crampton.

Anonymous tips made through PEI Crime Stoppers continue to help police solve and prevent crime in Prince Edward Island.

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