OPP Museum Educator’s Resource Guide
The OPP Museum is happy to provide this free fun resource book that is packed with dozens of easily photocopied Blackline Master activity sheets.
Blackline Masters are worksheets and templates for Community Services Officers, teachers, home schooling parents and kids’ group leaders looking for fun age-appropriate lessons and games that tackle a wide range of topics and skills development which challenge kids to develop math, language, communication and drawing talents – all with OPP specific themes and topics.
The Friends of The OPP Museum annual Heritage Award program recognizes individuals for their non-fiction research and writing that adds substantially to the knowledge and celebration of the Ontario Provincial Police.
Key Selection Criteria:
- Impact and contribution of the work to OPP’s Heritage.
- Quality of time, effort and writing.
- Depth and breadth of research techniques.
Key Eligibility Information:
- Persons nominated must be living at the time of the submission.
- Work does not have to be published or completed for consideration.
- Range of acceptable work includes books, research papers, thesis, essays, research databases, and newspaper/magazine/journal publications.
- Work does not have to be historic in nature. They may be about current OPP operations that will have long-term significance in the evolving story of the OPP.
The Heritage Award is non-monetary and will be presented to the recipient by OPP Commissioner Thomas Carrique at an OPP Regional Awards Ceremony, where special attention and recognition can be accorded to the author’s work.
“It has been our honour to recognize such notable and important contributions to the research and recording of OPP history,” said Dave Osborne, Friends’ Past President. “If you know someone who has researched our history, or who has stories to tell, and perhaps has already recorded them, please have them contact us. Please help us identify these people so we can duly recognize and honour them.”