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Stephen Welton
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#POSITIVE vibes for the teams working together conducting the rescue operation in #Thailand. The Royal Thailand #Navy will go all out to do what they can. They are extremely skilled & committed. Thinking of them all as they face off with this challenge #ThailandCaveRescue
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7/8/18
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This whole #NationalSelfieDay has officially gone to the #dogs! Cheers to all the #socialmedia trendsetters throwing down on #NationalSelfieDay2018 in #HamOnt and beyond. Thanks to Juno for being the baddest #dog in Dogtown. Stealing puppy pics for the gram ;) .
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#Puppy #Happy #InstaPuppy #canecorso #Pup #Pet #Pets #Selfie #Dogselfie #Firefighter #Awesome #SocialMedia #SocialNetworking #Instaselfie #instapets #instapetsgram #blackandwhite #mastiff #mastiffpuppy #HamOnt #Hamilton #Canada #Ontario #blackandwhitephotography
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Well yes. Obviously drinking #craftbeer was being done responsibly. I also had to be sure that the on duty #police friends I know fully appreciated the odour of such awesome cold craft #beer at this past weekends @collectivebrew liquid arts #festival in #HamOnt. Yep. They really appreciated my insights.
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There's always enough time to get caught by friends working behind the lens in #HamOnt while trying to discreetly snag refreshments during a recent #firefighting operation. It's a hard knock life you know... if you forget to smile.


#Box43 #HamiltonFire #Hamiltom #FireService #FireDepartment #FireFighter #FireTruck #FirstResponder #ThinRedLine #ENG #people #Career #Canada #rescue #firefightersofinstagram #911 #ppe #Happy

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If you like pizza this wood oven pizza is a spot for you.
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Before starting a career in policing I had heard that if you wanted to be successful in life or in a career you had to write down your goals. So I did. One of the goals at the top of my list included a life long career in the area of public safety and National Defence. I wanted to do something that allowed me to serve the community and I wanted to have a positive impact on people lives. My first call to service came from the policing profession. I am still reminded of the work that was required to track me down while I was in another province and notify me that I had been selected to be a police officer. It may seem hard to believe but I wasn’t as easily accessible then as I am today. I have enjoyed serving as a police officer in Hamilton alongside so many of people who work day in and day out in the profession making a difference. A safe community has always been about teamwork. Not just police officers, but the silent professionals behind the scenes that most people won’t ever get a chance to see or meet. Like in any profession there are many good days and many bad days. There are a lot of smiles shared in the community and even tears, often from the loss of friends or tragic events we step into along the way. It’s not an easy task to respond to the many kinds of troubles that emerge in people’s lives as a first responder. But I believe that no matter what, we can always serve with gratitude. It was an absolute honour to have most recently been assigned as your media relations officer over the last few years. I am truly grateful to have been tasked with the job. But now, in order for me pursue the remaining goals that have been patiently waiting on my bucket list…. I have to move on from #policing. I am #grateful for the kind messages that continue to come in from colleagues and friends that I’ve made along the way. I really can’t keep up to respond to all of you right away. I am especially grateful for the people who were there for me when I felt like I had hit rock bottom a few times along the way. It meant a lot to me then and it still does now. Today was officially my last day assisting in the media relation’s office before taking some vacation time away to reflect. It is on August 13, 2017 that I will have officially resigned from my duties as a #police officer. Thank you for allowing me to do my part and sharing a laugh at my puns as I worked to share lighter side from the profession. Stay awesome and support your first responders while they work to support you. Be safe. Constable Steve Welton
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I guess we are both 'special constables' so to speak....... I always try to make others laugh in and around the serious parts of the profession.

Just didn't realize it would be at my own expense a majority of the time.

The people we meet along the way has always been the best part of serving in the city!

Let's all keep laughing your way through life.

#Selfie #HamOnt #Hamilton #Cop #Policing #SpecialConstable #CommunityPolicing #Canada #MediaRelations #InstaPositive #Positivity #goodenergy #fun #Happy #BePositive
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Not an ordinary day in #MediaRelations for this news cop. Managed to get in a few pushups in the #gym between tweets. Apparently I also got the most excited receipient award for letting every person within ear shot of me know that I just earned my #Ontario #Police #Fitness Pin. The program encourages police officers to maintain and strive for #healthy fitness levels. It really is important to help yourself first if you expect to help others. Anyone can show up. But show up to leave safe too. Keep competing with yourself and where ever you are.... Just Start there. Coach Rebecca kicked my BUTT! #Happy
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5/29/17
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