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Jean Hérard

Now a teacher in Police Technology at Collège Ahuntsic, Jean Hérard worked for several years as a patroller with the SPVM (Service de police de la Ville de Montréal). He also held a position in the Road Safety Division of the SPVM, where he acquired a solid expertise in this field. Afterwards, he was assigned to the Specialized Patrol Unit as a motorcycle officer. His mandate was to ensure the fluidity of traffic on the territory of the City of Montreal. He was also part of the elite group specialized in high-risk driving situations in collaboration with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Jean Hérard was also a motorcycle instructor. He was responsible to provide motorcycle officers with training on rules to apply when riding their motorcycles in emergency situations. He has also developed specific training for school crossing guards based on his “Danger Zone” concept.

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